Health and Wellness : It’s Berry Season! The Health Benefits of 8 Different Kinds

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    In the Spirit of Berry Fruit,


    It’s Berry Season! The Health Benefits of 8 Different Kinds




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    It’s berry season — and if it isn’t enough that these red, purple, indigo, black, and blue delights are a real treat to look at and eat, they are also chock-full of nutrients and health benefits ...

    Raspberries:These pretty red berries contain high amounts of quercetin and kaemferol, two of the the most highly broadly beneficial antioxidants, Kilham says. They have huge benefits for the heart, liver, and brain, among other organs ...


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    Can peeling fruits and vegetables reduce the the risks from pesticides?


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    Can peeling fruits and vegetables reduce the the risks from pesticides?


    ... Peeling foods with edible skins will probably remove additional pesticide residue, but not all. (Some pesticides are systemic, meaning they’re absorbed through the plant’s root system into the flesh and can’t be washed off.) We don’t recommend peeling the skin because it contains antioxidants, fiber, and other nutrients. Instead, wash produce under running water, gently rubbing items with soft skins. For harder produce, use a vegetable brush to remove dirt and residue ...


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