Everyone knows that the consumption of fruits and vegetables has a positive effect on the work of the body of people of all age categories.
Experts argue that those people in whose diet often eat dishes made from such products are significantly exposed to various diseases and feel in good physical and psychological shape.
One of the reasons is that such food prevents the development of obesity, which now affects many people. However, do not forget that berries, including forest, also contain in their composition many useful substances and have good taste qualities.
They are a good substitute for confectionery products not only for children, but also for adults, because of them you can prepare fresh, juice, and also eat in kind. Chinese scientists as a result of the research identified the most useful berries, which need to be included more often in your diet, naturally in a moderate amount.
Grapes Improves Heart Work and Strengthens Vessels
One of them is grapes, the variety of which is huge. In this berry contains dietary fiber, vitamins, including C, as well as potassium, magnesium and other trace elements, improving the work of the heart and strengthening the vessels. It became known that moderate use of it reduces blood pressure heart rate, which is an important factor for people who have problems with the work of this body.
However, it is worth remembering that it has a lot of sugar and calories. Among forest berries, it is worth highlighting blueberries, and the reason for this is that in 150 grams 25% of the necessary daily dose of vitamin C, K and others are contained.
Among a large number of nutrients in it contain polyphenols, which soothingly act on the nervous system and help to relieve stress.
In this list you can include cranberries, raspberries, strawberries and, of course, cranberries. The fact is that in this berry, which grows in a marshy area, contains many substances, including antioxidants, which slow the aging process and prevent the emergence of various diseases, including catarrhal and viral.