This is a finished natural sweetness that does not contain one gram of sugar. Sweet berries with a slightly sour taste are an excellent low-calorie diet.
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In the east, the mulberry tree has always been revered and called the tree of life. It was believed that its sweet fruits restore vision, prolong life, fill the body with strength and energy. Modern scientific evidence of the rich chemical composition confirms ancient knowledge. Mulberries contain malic, citric and other organic acids, essential oils, pectin compounds and flavonoids.
Anthocyanin, a powerful antioxidant found in black mulberry fruits, binds free radicals and prevents the destruction of cell membranes. Resveratrol slows down the aging process of cells and prevents the development of tumors. A valuable vitamin and mineral complex helps the body maintain normal metabolic processes, fight vascular and heart diseases. Mulberry berries are used to prepare effective medicinal products with a wide spectrum of action. They are used as:
Such a drug will be useful for hypertension, diseases of the kidneys, upper respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract, with a decrease in hemoglobin in the blood (especially black mulberry berries), to strengthen the walls of blood vessels. Berries are useful for the elderly, children and pregnant women in any form: fresh, dried, boiled.
The mild laxative effect of overripe fruits will make it possible to use them to prevent constipation. In an immature form, they have a fixing effect. Mulberry juice helps to separate phlegm, therefore, it is effective as an expectorant for bronchitis and prolonged cough.
The dried mulberry is stored for a long time and can replace the sugar. One hundred grams of berries contain just over forty calories. This makes mulberry an attractive diet for followers and an active lifestyle leader. People suffering from obesity or overweight are advised to eat a mulberry before the main meal on an empty stomach. Berry reduces appetite and helps reduce insulin levels in the blood.
Here is a small list of useful vitamins that can be found in this berry: Vitamin B1 Other names: Thiamine. Thiamine contributes to the conversion of carbohydrates into fats, amino acid metabolism, polyunsaturated fatty acids, is essential for nerve cells, improves brain function, is essential for cardiovascular and hormonal function and is involved in fat absorption in the intestine.
Vitamin B2 Riboflavin, lactoflavin: actively participates in the formation of certain hormones and erythrocytes, protects the retina from overexposure to UV rays, accelerates adaptation to darkness, improves vision and color and light perception, necessary for tissue growth and regeneration. positively affects the condition of the nervous system, skin, liver, mucous membranes. Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) plays an important role in the metabolism of proteins, fats but mainly carbohydrates (stabilizes blood glucose). Vitamin P citrine is involved in strengthening capillaries and reducing vascular wall permeability, improving blood circulation and heart tone, preventing bleeding, antioxidant effect, preventing atherosclerosis.
PP-niacin, nicotinic acid, nicotinamide: supports healthy skin, intestinal and oral mucosa, is essential for the release of carbohydrates and fats, protein metabolism, normalizes the work of the stomach and pancreas, positively influences the nervous system and circulatory system, reduce high blood pressure.
Vitamin B3 (niacin, vitamin PP, nicotinamide) is an important nutritional element and plays an active role in the metabolism of proteins, carbohydrates and lipids and in the overall metabolism of the body. The main benefit of vitamin PP is manifested in the treatment of pellagra.
Nutritional value per 100g of product
Energy value of 43 kcal 180 kJ
Water 87.68 g
Protein 1.44 g
Fat 0.39 g
- containing 0,027 g
- monounsaturated 0.041 g
- polyunsaturated 0.207 g
Carbohydrates 9.8 g
- sugar 8.1 g
- dietary fiber 1.7 g
Retinol (Vit. A) 1 µg
Thiamine (B1) 0.029 mg
Riboflavin (B2) 0.101 mg
Niacin (B3) 0.620 mg
Pyridoxine (B6) 0.050 mg
Folacin (B9) 6 mcg
Cobalamin (B12) 0.00 mcg
Vitamin D 0.0 mcg
Vitamin K 7.8 mcg
Calcium 39 mg
Iron 1.85 mg
Magnesium 18 mg
Phosphorus 38 mg
Potassium 194 mg
Sodium 10 mg
The benefits of mulberry for the body.
Improving kidney function;
Getting rid of stagnant bile;
Removal of toxins and toxins from the body;
Stabilizes cholesterol levels;
Acceleration of metabolic processes;
Supports normal functioning of the cardiovascular system;
Strengthening the immune system;
Restoring the nervous system;
Recuperation after hard work;
In addition, those who want to lose weight should eat ripe berries.
After all, they act as a natural diuretic and laxative. Therefore, these berries are not recommended to be washed down with cold water.
Dried berries can be eaten instead of sweets, a very small amount of berries relieve cravings for sweets since the berries contain chromium.