Health and beauty benefits of strawberries

Health benefits of strawberries

It’s difficult to resist strawberries (Fragaria ananassa), heart-shaped delights and one of the most popular healthy treats on the planet. There is no denying that strawberries are the queens of fruits. They are not only delicious, but also, they are pack a healthy punch.

This superfood is packed with antioxidants and nutrients, they are a good source of fiber and low in fat and calories. Strawberries are an excellent source of folic acid, manganese, phytonutrients flavonoids and potassium.

Strawberries offer a wide range of health benefits and they are going to help you with: inflammations, various cardiovascular diseases, bone health, constipation, weight loss, eye health, high blood pressure, allergies, asthma, diabetes and depression.

3 Interesting facts about strawberries


Strawberries have their seeds on the outside

Strawberries have around 200 seeds on the outside. Well, this is not exactly true, because strawberry “seed” is a fruit that has a seed inside of it, and the flesh of the strawberry, that we are eating, is the stem of the plant.


When and how to wash strawberries?

The best time to rinse strawberries is just before you are ready to eat them, because excess water will speed up spoiling. Rinse strawberries under tap water for about 60 seconds to significantly reduce pesticide, then spread them on a clean kitchen towel or layers of paper and dry them quickly as possible.


Wild strawberry benefits

Wild strawberries, also known as alpine strawberries are much smaller and sweeter than cultivated varieties. All parts of wild strawberries plant are used to treat various disorders, for example, wild strawberry leaf tea is a good remedy for gastrointestinal problems and arthritis.

Strawberries for healthy eyes

Adding strawberries to your diet might reduce the risk of age-related macular degeneration, which results in vision loss. The main reason why strawberries are good for eye health is presence of flavonoids, phenolic phytochemicals, and ellagic acid, antioxidants that may help to protect your eyes.

Reduce your risk of heart disease

According to Harvard study, eating at least three servings of strawberries per week can reduce the risk of a heart attack in young and middle-aged women by 32 percent. This is because strawberries are rich source of of anthocyanins, a class of flavonoids which are responsible for the colour and flavour of strawberries.

Strawberries are among the best fruits for diabetic patients

If you have diabetes, you need to know that strawberries, as a low glycemic index food, can be part of a balanced diabetic diet. Furthermore, according to studies, fisetin, a flavonoid contained in strawberries, have a positive influence on hypertrophy, or enlargement, of the kidneys, in diabetic mice.

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Refreshing strawberry lemonade

This wonderfully sweet refreshing lemonade with a fresh, ripe strawberries is a brilliant way to enjoy any summer night and it’s easy peasy to make.
Whilst it’s refreshing and delicious, it is also beneficial for the heart and kidneys. Rich in antioxidants, it helps in detoxification. For the health benefits, take this strawberry lemonade twice a day, for at list 200 ml.
1 fresh lemon, juice
1/2 cup strawberries, chopped
3 tablespoon organic honey
2 cups water
Put the Ingredients in a blender and blend the mixture until smooth. Serve with lots of ice cubes and garnish with lemon and strawberry.

health benefits of strawberry lemonade

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