They’re rich in vitamins, minerals, trace elements and fibre. Their countless secondary phytochemicals strengthen our immune system, reduce cholesterol, suppress inflammation and fight viruses and bacteria.
Raspberries contain minerals such as iron, potassium, phosphorus and magnesium, necessary for bone formation. The fibre, pectin, which is also found in abundance in blackberries, helps to regulate digestion.
Blackcurrants are also rich in minerals: iron, calcium and potassium not only strengthen the heart and circulation, but also our immune system and encourage bone growth. Their high vitamin C and E content enables us to concentrate better. And just like blueberries, they also help our bodies to make blood.
Gooseberries contain lots of vitamin C, potassium, calcium, silicon and magnesium, giving us shiny hair and strong nails. The high vitamin C and folic acid content of strawberries makes them particularly good additions to the diet of pregnant women and young mothers. And, last but not least: red wine grapes in particular are high in antioxidants, which prevent arteriosclerosis.
Healthy eating doesn’t taste better than this.