Benefits of berries
Berries are among the healthiest foods on earth and have amazing benefits for your body.
- Full of antioxidants
- Can help to improve blood sugar and insulin response
- High in fibre
- Provides many nutrients
- Helps flight inflammation
- Helps to lower cholesterol levels
- Good for your skin
Berries can keep you mentally sharp where a study found that those who have a higher berry intake postponed cognitive decline by about two and a half years.
Berries are a great way to prevent or manage diabetes due to their high fibre content. Berries might be the best option for blood sugar regulation because of their low glycemic load, resulting in a lower change of sharp swings in blood sugar levels.
Berries may help to prevents Parkinson’s Disease due to their flavonoid content where a study found that those who eat at least two servings of berries a week have a 23% less chance of developing Parkinson’s disease.
Incorporate berries into your morning routine
As you can see, there is endless benefits to including berries into your diet so we wanted to share our favourite berry smoothie recipe to make it easy for you to incorporate into your morning routine from what you have in the fridge.
All ingredients are measured purely by preference and can be easily changed to add more or less based on your taste buds.
- 350ml of your liquid of choice, we like the sweetness of apple juice but if you’d prefer a creamier, milkshake like smoothie go for milk or any other milk alternative.
- 1 banana.
- A generous handful of mixed berries, can be fresh or frozen, if fresh add in some ice too.
- Add in 4 tablespoons of greek yoghurt
- 1 tablespoon of honey if you want some extra sweetness.
Blend altogether and you’re done!
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