Health benefits of currants
The red, black and white colored currants (Ribes rubrum, Ribes nigrum, Ribes rubrum ‘White Grape’) with a soft and delicate skin are a summer delicacies and one of the fruits with highest antioxidant levels. This juicy, sweet fruits are a drupelets, or a cluster of fruits with a fine range of nourishing components.
Tasty and nutrient dense currants are low in calories and carbohydrates, virtually fat free, and a good source of dietary fibers which are essential for optimum health. All those factors contribute to why currants are a good low carbs and low calorie diet.
Healthful currants are best consumed in their natural raw state and they are going to help you with: weight management, bone health, eye health, periodontal health, blood clotting, endothelial dysfunction, blood sugar levels, memory performance, cancer prevention, digestive health, sore throat, stroke, atherosclerosis and menstruation regulation.
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Improve your eyesight and vision naturally
Clinical trials have discovered that the consumption of blackcurrants improves the eyes’ ability to adapt to the dark, prevents oxidative damage to eyes, reduces the risk of cataract and lowers the chances of vision loss.
Boost your immune system with redcurrants
One study showed that redcurrants have ability to improve the immune responsiveness of the body in the people who exercised regularly by reducing muscle damage and soreness and strengthening the immune system.
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