“Where it is Eaten, Doctors Have Nothing to Do”: A Doctor Named The Most Useful July Berry

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Blueberries are one of the few berries that remain as healthy after heat treatment as they are fresh. Blueberries are very healthy berry that is rich in natural antioxidants that can bind free radicals and protect our body cells. Moreover, even after heat treatment, blueberries retain their beneficial properties.

Another interesting nuance is that blueberry leaves are also useful for humans, said Olga Sharapova, MD. People with diabetes often brew blueberry leaves together with berries. Such a drink lowers blood sugar and stimulates the pancreas, reports Dr. Peter.

“There is a very old proverb: “Where people eat blueberries and strawberries, doctors have nothing to do!” Blueberries really do have unique beneficial properties. It contains an incredible amount of vitamins and minerals. It also contains citric, lactic, succinic, malic, and many other acids, which, of course, have a beneficial effect on the body,” the expert noted.

Why blueberries are good for you

  • Helps to normalize the digestive system.
  • Blueberry juice has a bactericidal effect.
  • A large amount of antioxidants in this berry reduces the risk of vascular and heart disease.
  • It has a beneficial effect on human vision and the brain.

“I would also like to mention one more amazing property. Blueberries are one of the few berries that remain as healthy after heat treatment as fresh berries,” the doctor added.

Who shouldn’t eat blueberries?

The berry is contraindicated for people suffering from pancreatitis or urolithiasis, as blueberries contain oxalic acid.

It is harmful to eat blueberries for people who have the pancreatic disease. And in the case of diabetes, it is fashionable to eat blueberries only with a doctor’s permission.

In addition, experts advise not to combine blueberries with other berries, such as raspberries, strawberries, cloudberries, and strawberries.

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Written by Emma Miller

I am a registered dietitian nutritionist and own a private nutrition practice, where I provide one-on-one nutritional counseling to patients. I specialize in chronic disease prevention/ management, vegan/ vegetarian nutrition, pre-natal/ postpartum nutrition, wellness coaching, medical nutrition therapy, and weight management.

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