Raspberry: Nutrition Advice

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The high fibre and tannin content in raspberries may have a beneficial effect on blood sugar levels.

Collagen, a protein that makes up 75% of your skin, is produced in large part thanks to vitamin C, which is found in raspberries.

Raspberries are low in calories, rich in fibre, and a great source of vitamin C and other antioxidants, and they also help with digestion and regularity. 

Approximately 20 raspberries would be equivalent to the 80 grammes of raspberries I suggest eating every day.

However, those who are allergic to raspberries may have uncomfortable side effects if they eat them.

Due to its high anthocyanin content, raspberry is included in the MIND diet, which aims to boost brain function and prevent cognitive decline.

Micronutrients including vitamin C, K, E, and B complex are abundant in raspberries, as are minerals like magnesium, copper, and iron.

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