Strawberry Facts



With the onset of summer the strawberry supplies will soon fade so this is the best time to eat these luscious berries for health and vigour.

Eight fresh strawberries contain only 50 calories and 3 grams of soluble fiber. They’re brimming with antioxidants like vitamin C and anthocyanins which also give berries their gorgeous red and blue colors. According to a recently-published report in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, strawberries ranked third on a list of more than 1,000 foods antioxidant-rich foods. Only blackberries and walnuts have more.

Also According to a 2011 study conducted at Ohio State University, strawberries may also play a role in preventing colon and esophageal cancer although the study was done on mice.

Fun Ideas

These red beauties are versatile and can be used in both sweet and savory dishes. Here are some creative ways to use them:

    Use as a substitute for tomatoes in a recipe for salad or salsa
    Toss sliced berries onto a bed of green leafy salad
    Substitute pureed strawberries for part or all of the vinegar in a salad dressing
    Freeze whole strawberries and use as “ice cubes” in cocktails

Vitamin C is proven to keep the heart healthy and the body’s immune system strong. A healthy heart and a strong immune system is the perfect way to a healthy body. The strawberry is also rich in folic acid, potassium and fiber, other nutrients that the body needs.

So, whether a girl/guy is in love or seeking love, or is happy with loving him/ herself, strawberries are definitely  the order for the day. Strawberries are truly the fruits of love.


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