Thursday, December 7, 2017

Vitamin content in blueberries

Vitamin in blueberries include vitamin C, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B3, vitamin B6 and vitamin E. Vitamin also can help heal wounds, fight infections and enhance absorption of iron from other foods.

Vitamin C and vitamin E in blueberries offer an oxidant properties, which help to fight aging by ridding human bodies of harmful chemicals that have damaging, long term effects on human features and internal organ systems.

Blueberries also contain natural compounds related to vitamin A called lutein that promote healthy night vision and prevent ‘macular degeneration’- age related eye disease that’s the leading cause of vision loss in the elderly.

Cooking will destroy some the vitamin C in fresh blueberries and lets water-soluble B vitamin leach out.
Blueberries with vitamin
Vitamin content in blueberries
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