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All About Blueberries

Blueberries are a tasty treat that is good for your heart and good for your soul.  They are one of the more popular fruits and are high in antioxidants. 

Your heart just might thank you for that regular dose of blueberries – the American Heart Association® has certified blueberries as heart-healthy through the Heart-Check Food Certification Program.

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 Blueberries were called “star-fruits” by North American indigenous peoples because of the five-pointed star shape that is formed at the blossom end of the berry.

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Blueberries are simple, stress-free food that you can be enjoyed any time and anywhere. 

 Blueberries are also low in sodium and have virtually no fat. 

 One serving size of blueberries is just 80 calories per cup.

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Blueberries are considered a superfood and can provide multiple health benefits. Blueberries contain the powerful antioxidant, anthocyanin, and could possibly protect against heart disease, stroke, cancers, and other diseases.

Blueberries also contain a compound, pterostilbene, that may help prevent the collection of plaque in the arteries.

Four Essential Nutrients Found In Blueberries

Fiber

Blueberries are rich in Fiber and assist the body with heart health, feeling full, staying regular, keeping cholesterol in check

Vitamin C

Blueberries are a great source of Vitamin C, which helps
with a healthy immune system

Vitamin K

Blueberries are rich in color and are a healthy source of Vitamin K, playing a key role in bone metabolism, and regulating blood clotting 

Manganese

Blueberries contain significant amounts of manganese. Converting proteins, carbs, and fats into energy, bone development

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