5 Reasons Why You Should Freeze Your Blueberries

5 Reasons Why You Should Freeze Your Blueberries

We are all aware of the many health benefits that fruit has for our bodies, but did you know that some fruits can be made even healthier by freezing them? Yes, it seems that the organic blueberries fit this description. The concentration of anthocyanin, which has anti-inflammatory properties that are good for the health of the brain, increases after the blueberries are frozen. The most recent studies indicate that anthocyanins also have anti-carcinogenic properties that have the potential to revolutionize the medical sector.


After you read this you may forget about fresh blueberries and from now on you will keep them in the freezer.


What does freezing do?

When you put the blueberries in the freezer (for a shorter or longer period of time) the low temperatures come deep to the tissue and make changes to the structure. These changes make the anthocyanin easier for absorbing.


The anthocyanin is actually responsible for the sharp, blue color the blueberries have. Although, the organic blueberries already have high nutritional content, you may still want to keep them in the freezer before eating them. Here are the 5 reasons why:


Frozen blueberries can importantly lower the risk of heart illnesses. This is because they are rich in nutrients which regulate and relax the elasticity of the arteries in the vascular wall, keeping them healthy. Therefore, improvements will be noticed in the blood flow followed with healthier blood pressure.


If you want to protect your brain cells from damages and dying and if you also want to improve your memory you should start consuming berries more frequently. The anthocyanin helps you keep the encoding and retrieval processes more fluid, making it easier to recall information. The berries also improve the growth of the nerve cell and make the communication between the cells easier.


The blueberries are also rich in antioxidants which protect the brain from the toxin pollutions in everyday life. They act like safeguards around the nervous system with the main role to keep it healthy and strong for longer period of time.


A research has shown that older people (people in the age of 70 and more) who have suffered from impaired movements, behaved more functionally after they start eating frozen blueberries more often. Their cognitive ability has become to higher level, which showed better motor ability compared to other people on the same age.


Besides being good  for the brain, the antioxidants from the blueberries also protect the digestive tract. Unfortunately some of the people develop colon cancer because of poor gastrointestinal health as result of insufficient intake of antioxidants. Add more frozen blueberries into your diet if you want to maintain healthy digestive tract.

The taste will be the same, but the benefits much more higher if you just grab the blueberries and put them in the freezer instead of the refrigerator. Wait no longer, freeze them and add them to your breakfast for healthy start of the day or enjoy it as a snack later in the day!


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