Blackberries Nutrients and Benefits

blackberriesDid you know that Blackberries are sweet, fun and healthy to eat? Well, now you do :) So, enjoy… I think that was funny. Anyway, yes, Blackberry is very important and supportive for our bodies to stay healthy. The very black blackberries are very sweet and good to eat. While they are growing they look like Raspberry shrubs, but then when they become black, you notice right away that they are not raspberries. Blackberry in Russian would be ежевика. If you get about a cup of fresh and raw blackberries, then you would enjoy these kind of nutrients:
– Vitamin A
– Vitamin B1, Thiamin
– Vitamin B2, Riboflavin
– Vitamin B3, Niacin
– Vitamin B5, Pantothenic Acid
– Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine
– Vitamin B9, Folate
– Vitamin C (large amount)
– Vitamin E
– Vitamin K
– Calcium
– Iron
– Magnesium
– Manganese (good amount)
– Phosphorus
– Potassium
– Zinc
– Copper
– Selenium
– Water
– Omega-3 Fatty Acids
– Omega-6 Fatty Acids
– Natural Fats
– Natural Sugars
– Dietary Fiber (good amount)
– Carbohydrates
– Protein
– Calories

The Benefits that you could very possibly enjoy from regularly eating Blackberries are amazing:
– Support immune system function
– Lowers risk of heart diseases
– Reduces risk of some cancers
– Reduces macular degeneration
– Improves wound healing
– Reduces wrinkles
– Helps protect skin from sun damage
– Supports skin health
– Reduces Inflammations
– Helps protect from Free Radical damage
– Reduces PMS symptoms
– Lowers food cravings
– Relieves menopausal symptoms
– Supports brain function
– Supports healthy digestion
– Reduces risk of diabetes
– Supports weight loss
– Supports blood function
– Reduces risk of Constipation

Blackcurrant Nutrients and Benefits

blackcurrant berriesBlackcurrant is a very healthy and important berry for humans health. This Black looking Berry Shrub mostly grows in colder parts of Europe and Asia. These Blackcurrant berries are pretty small and with seeds inside of them. Some people call it or write it as one word Blackcurrant, but some people use two words as Black Currant, or Currants Black. Since all alcoholic drinks taste like crap, Russians and Europeans use blackcurrant berries for a better taste and the look when making beer and vodka. Black Currants taste great and are full of antioxidants and vitamin C. And that is why European, Russian and Asian people ate black currants during world war 2, and because they didn’t have much choices of any other fruits during war in cold areas. If you translate Blackcurrant to Russian it will be чёрная смородина, to say it in English it will be Chernaya Smorodina. The Nutrients that you can get from one cup of European Raw BlackCurrants are:
– Vitamin A
– Vitamin B1, Thiamin
– Vitamin B2, Riboflavin
– Vitamin B3, Niacin
– Vitamin B5, Pantothenic Acid
– Vitamin B6, Pyridoxine
– Vitamin C (Extreme Amount)
– Vitamin E
– Calcium
– Iron
– Protein
– Carbohydrates
– Natural Fats
– Calories
– Magnesium
– Phosphorus
– Potassium
– Zinc
– Copper
– Manganese
– Omega 3 Fatty Acids
– Omega 6 Fatty Acids

The Nutrients in blackcurrants are very great and the Benefits of blackcurrant berries are awesome too:
– Improves Vision health
– Improves Heart health
– Improves Immune System
– Helps protect from computer use health damages
– Improves Night Vision
– Improves Cardiovascular health
– Helps protect from fungus
– Helps protect from high cholesterol
– Helps protect from bacteria
– Helps protect from viruses
– Improves blood sugar levels
– Helps protect from some cancers
– Helps stop the herpes virus
– Helps with Hyperglycemia
– Protects from heart diseases
– Protects from stroke
– Protects from cataracts
– Helps protect from food poisoning
– Helps protect from urinary infections
– Helps protect from inflammations
– Relieves diarrhea
– Relieves swollen throat
– Helps improve skin condition

So, yeah, boys and girls what did we learn today… We learned that we can call these berries either black currants, or blackcurrants, or currants black, or currants that are black, well, whatever you call them, they will still be very healthy for you and very beneficial. So, Remember, the nutrients in blackcurrant berries are very important for your health, and the benefits of blackcurrant berries are very helpful.

Spicy Black Pepper Nutrients and Benefits

Black Pepper

Today we would like to tell you a little about the Black Pepper Spice. We get the Black Pepper from a plant called Pepper Plant. People use Black Pepper just about in any dish, for example, steak, stew, salad dressing, soups, sandwiches, burgers, lasagna and more. In about two tea spoons of Black Pepper you can get very low amounts of these Nutrients: Continue reading

Black Beans Nutrients and Benefits

black beansBlack Beans are great legumes and have a very unique and descriptive name because they are black and they are beans. To make the cooking of Black Beans faster and to digest them better you must Presoak them in just plain water for about eight hours or just overnight. Black Beans are great in Black Bean Soups, in Burritos, or just like a good side entree for a dinner or lunch. Black Beans are very healthy for our bodies too, because they have these important nutrients:
– Vitamin A
– Vitamin B1, Thiamin
– Lots of Molybdenum
– Lots of Folate
– Lots of Dietary Fiber
– Lots of Tryptophan
– Manganese
– Protein
– Magnesium
– Phosphorus
– Iron
– Carbohydrates
– Water
– Calcium
– Potassium
– Zinc
– Amino Acids

The Black Beans have very good health benefits too and here is the list of those benefits:
– Lowers Cholesterol
– Helps with Diabetes
– Keeps blood sugar levels normal
– Helps Detoxify Sulfites better
– Increases Stool Bulk
– Prevents Constipation
– Prevents Digestive Disorders
– Prevents Irritative Bowel Syndromes
– Prevents Diverticulosis
– Lots of Antioxidants
– Supports Antioxidant defense
– Promotes optimal health
– Protect from cancer
– Lowers risk of heart attack
– Prevents heart disease
– Promotes heart health
– Promotes healthy metabolism
– Lowers Homocysteine
– Promotes healthy digestion
– Provides healthy energy

Bell Peppers Nutrients and Benefits

bell peppersIn this writing we’ll introduce you to red, yellow, orange, green, purple, brown and even black bell peppers. I don’t know if you can taste the difference between their colors, but many people do, my favorite bell pepper is the red one. You can use bell peppers for very nice flavorful salads, soups and pretty much almost any dish could use them, the problem usually comes to, the money to get them. Anyway, here is the important list of nutrients in raw one cup of bell peppers:
– Lots of Vitamin A
– Vitamin B1, thiamin
– Vitamin E
– Lots of Vitamin C
– Vitamin K
– Vitamin B6, pyridoxine
– Dietary Fiber
– Molybdenum
– Manganese
– Folate
– Potassium
– Tryptophan
– Copper
– Carbohydrates
– Water
– Calcium
– Chloride
– Phosphorus

These beautiful and colorful bell peppers are beautiful and colorful in benefits too:
– Protects Against Free Radicals
– Reduces risk of cardiovascular disease
– Lowers Cholesterol Levels
– Lowers Risk of Heart Attack
– Lowers Risk of stroke
– Promotes good heart health
– Lowers Risk of Prostate Cancer
– Lowers Risk of Cervix Cancer
– Lowers Risk of Bladder Cancer
– Lowers Risk of Pancreas Cancer
– Promotes Optimal Health
– Promotes Lung Health
– Lowers Risk of Lung Cancer
– Promotes Eyesight
– Protects against Rheumatoid Arthritis