The secret of longevity of summer residents is revealed, we take it into service
It's all about the berries - an invaluable source of youth, optimism and sarcasm. And most of the rejuvenating berries grow right in the dachas of the middle lane.
BLUEBERRY AND STRAWBERRY
These two familiar berries top our list. An 18-year study at Harvard found that women who consumed them at least three times a week had a one-third lower risk of cardiovascular disease. Now it’s clear why you can plow on summer residents, right? As a bonus, blueberries can prevent diabetes, and strawberries can help keep teeth he althy as they contain malic acid, which whitens teeth naturally.
Unsweetened berries cannot be eaten in handfuls, but even in small quantities or in dried form, for example, as an addition to muesli, they can be beneficial.
Cranberries prevent urinary tract and intestinal infections, and with regular use can gradually strengthen the walls of arteries.
Sweet and sour physalis is not only rich in vitamins, but also contains them in the most easily digestible form, which is important for children or the elderly.
GOJI BERRIES OR DEREZA
Not only are they rich in nutrients, but they also compete with blueberries for the right to be called the champion in the content of vitamin A, which is necessary for all body functions and perfectly protects the skin from aging.