Raspberries (Dried Raspberries) - Bio
The most valuable and most delicious dried fruit in the world.
Net weight: 300gr
Packaging: Very practical, which keeps the contents fresh and allows you to open & close it multiple times.
The reason for the raspberry or otherwise raspberry, a very tasty and nutritionally valuable fruit, widely cultivated in temperate countries and regions of Eastern Europe.
Generally, a sachet of 125 grams of red raspberries covers 50% of the daily dose of the human body in vitamin C, 10% of the necessary iron and at the same time provides significant amounts of vitamins, pectins, minerals, while it has only about 70 calories and the sodium content is low.
Raspberries, thanks to their rich content of nutrients, but also thanks to their unique content in phytochemicals, attracted the interest of scientists. One of the fascinating areas of research around raspberries is their potential positive effect on weight control, with interest in focusing a raspberry ketone on rosemary.
Reosmin is also found in other plant-based foods, but raspberries have unusually high concentrations. According to new research data, reosmin can increase the metabolism of fat cells by increasing the functionality of certain enzymes, increasing oxygen consumption and the corresponding production of energy by specific cells of adipose tissue. This has the effect of boosting scientists' belief in the positive effects of their consumption on weight control.
Also, the benefit of raspberries in weight control may be due to the reduction of reosmin-induced pancreatic lipase activity. Pancreatic lipase is an enzyme necessary for the absorption of fat, with the result that inhibition of its action may lead to a reduction in the absorption of fat present in food.
Nutritional elements per 100gr. Energy: 1277kj / 306kcal - Proteins: 2.7gr. - Fibers: 9.4gr. - Carbohydrates: 70gr. Of which sugars: 65g - Fats: 0.75gr. Of which saturated: 0gr - Salt: 0.01gr