Raspberry Health Benefits

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Staying Healthy with Raspberries

Raspberries are not only sweet to the taste but these fruits are loaded with vitamins and have other benefits that aid the body in so many ways. Raspberries may be small in size, but the benefits are great.

We will be looking at some of these benefits along with some which I am sure you will enjoy.

Vitamins of raspberries

Vitamins of raspberries include

Vitamin A, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Vitamin E,  Magnesium, Potassium, Iron, Fiber

Raspberries health benefits

1. It has antioxidants that help the body to get rid of free radicals.

2. Aids in weight loss.

3. Boost the immune system.

4. Has been known to slow down aging.

5. Fights cancer.

6. Promotes heart health.

7. It is good for vision.

8. Promotes women’s health.

9. Reduces the risk of muscle degeneration.

10. Helps with blood sugar level.

Raspberry fun facts

1. Raspberries can be gold, purple, red, or black.

2. Raspberries are said to be dated back as far as 4 AD.

3. There are more than 200 species of raspberries.

4. A single raspberry is made up of many tiny beads like fruits known as drupelets.

5. Raspberries are a part of the berry family.

6. Raspberries have been known to be used as a symbol of kindness.

7. Raspberries are believed to have about 120 seeds

8. You can eat raspberries with, pancake, ice creams, fruit salads, as smoothies, or by themselves.

9. Raspberries can stain your hands and clothes.

10. Russia produces the greatest amount of raspberries worldwide.

The final word

Raspberries are really awesome, this tiny fruit can truly pack a punch. Adding these fruits to your diet will benefit you in so many ways, so load up on these berries and reap the benefit they offer.

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Norman loves being in the garden, both at home and for his job....
he is 'Natures Little helper' being outdoors, growing his vegetables and flowers from an early age.
Now having spent over 22 years in the profession he want to give some of his knowledge to others...
his vast array of hints and tips you will find scattered over this site will help you no end growing plants in your garden.

13 thoughts on “Raspberry Health Benefits”

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  2. Hi Norman, that was very interesting and I enjoyed the read. I love raspberries and knew they were good for you, but didn’t realize how good!

    I’ve never seen the gold, purple or black versions. Then again, this makes sense given that I have come across other fruits and vegetables with unusual colors, such as purple carrots.

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    • Hello al it is so good to hear from you again and thanks for commenting. Raspberry is a superfood that we should add to our diets because these little fruits are so beneficial and can do our bodies a whole lot of good. thanks again for commenting, I am so happy that I could help. Wishing you the best  of health and success.

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  3. Great post. I have been obsessed with raspberry smoothies recently and always enjoy looking up the health benefits of food while I’m eating them (it makes you feel good about eating healthy, doesn’t it?)

    I actually didn’t realise that raspberries have this many health benefits! It’s great to know. Gonna have to go and make another raspberry smoothie in a bit.

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    • Hello Hannah so good to meet you, it is good to see that you are taking advantage of this superfood that has proven to be so beneficial. I am so happy that I could help. Wishing you the best of continual health. Have a good day.

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  4. I knew I liked raspberries for a reason! I have actually been on a major fruit kick lately buying big bags of frozen mixed fruit and eating by the bowl fulls. But my favorite is the raspberries and pineapple 🙂 So many benefits for women. I am glad I found this information, and am bookmarking your site, as I see you have so much to offer. I do have one question, with all these benefits, how much do you really need to consume to see them?

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    • Hello my dare lady it is good to see that you are taking advantage of this superfood. Quarter cup in smoothies and fruit salads is a good way to get you daily amount. Hope this helps and wishing you the best of continual health. Have a wonderful. 

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  5. Hi, Norman! My mother and my ex-girlfriend use to eat a lot of raspberries and I’ve never given to them too much importance until now. I never knew that eating raspberries can bring you so many benefits! Thank you for your post, from now on I will try them from time to time!

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  6. Hi Norman,
    Living in India I have not much-taken Raspberries.
    Reading your post I was surprised to see such a tiny fruit has this much enormous health benefits.Wow! I think this fruit grows only in cold climates. Is there any way to grow it in tropical and hot climates.Otherwise, I should think of taking it in other forms.But looking at the fruit, my mouth is carving to eat this! Great post Keep it up.
    Thanks

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    • Hello Prabakaran so nice to meet you. I have some great news for you and that is you have the right weather to grow this fruit. Just take  a look at this post that I have written on growing raspberries. Please let me know how it goes. Have  a good day.

      https://gardenofedengardencent

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  7. Oh my goodness I LOVE raspberries!! They can really get expensive in the stores so I actually planted some this past spring to take it upon myself to get the amount that I wanted! The goal this year was to get the plants to survive (since my father in-law had given them to me from his garden). They are a very hardy plant (which is good for me haha), they not only survived but produced! Can’t wait to see what we get next season! I do have a question, you say a health benefit is, “promotes Women’s health”. That is kind of broad. Is there specifics to what it’s benefiting in a woman that it wouldn’t in a man?

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    • Hello Jamie so good to see you and thanks a million for sharing your story of success with growing your very own raspberry tree. Raspberry is great for females fertility. Hope this helps and thanks again, wishing you the best of good health.

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