The heart-shaped silhouette of the strawberry is the first clue that this fruit is good for you. These potent little packages protect your heart, increase HDL (good) cholesterol, lower your blood pressure, and guard against cancer.
Packed with Goodness
Packed with vitamins, fiber, and particularly high levels of antioxidants known as polyphenols, strawberries are a sodium-free, fat-free, cholesterol-free, low-calorie food. They are among the top 20 fruits in antioxidant capacity and are a good source of manganese and potassium. Just one serving – about eight strawberries – provides more vitamin C than an orange.
Looking for a fun way to expand your culinary skills? Look no further! Strawberries can be used in many different ways and we have just the ideas you’ve been looking for!
Ingredients ¼ cups gluten free chocolate cookies or chocolate crunchies 1/4 cup butter, melted 2 sheets gelatin, soaked in ½ cup of water 160 ml fresh cream 450 g fresh or frozen strawberries 225g full-cream,
Both strawberry and pizza lovers will delight in this fruity feast! Ingredients (serves 2) 2 bought plain pizza bases 1 ½ cups grated mozzarella or white cheddar 140g goat cheese, crumbed 1 ½ cups strawberries, leafy
This member of the rose family isn’t really a fruit or a berry but the enlarged receptacle of the flower. Choose medium-sized berries that are firm, plump, and deep red; once picked, they don’t ripen further. First cultivated in ancient Rome, strawberries are now the most popular berry fruit in the world. In provincial France, they were regarded as an aphrodisiac. These red gems may be good for your heart in more ways than one.
Not only are strawberries delicious to eat, but they also come packet with goodness for you and your family. Browse through or Nutritional Benefits blog, and find even more reasons to make strawberries part of your daily intake!
Valuable vitamins, minerals and antioxidants are preserved when berries are frozen within hours of being picked using fast freezing technology! Frozen fruit should always be packed at the peak of ripeness to ensure full development of nutritional values.