How to Choose, How to Store, How to Use Raspberries | Recipes with Raspberries

How to Choose, How to Store, How to Use Raspberries | Recipes with Raspberries

Raspberries, are very delicate, beautiful and delicious little fruits, excellent for the health of the female reproductive system and to relieve menstrual cramps. They help expel mucus and phlegm, and detoxify. The leaves (in a tisane) may also alleviate nausea in pregnancy and relieve menstrual cramps

Benefits of Raspberries

They help expel mucus and phlegm, and detoxify. The leaves (in a tisane) may also alleviate nausea in pregnancy and relieve menstrual cramps. Consuming fruits and vegetables of all kinds has long been associated with a reduced risk of many adverse health conditions. A high consumption of plant foods, such as raspberries, appears to decrease the risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and overall mortality. It can also promote a healthy complexion, increased energy, and overall lower weight. Nutrients and Calories
High in fiber, containing elagic acid (which may kill cancer cells), they are a good source of calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, vitamin B3 and vitamin C. Calories: 64Kcal Protein: 1.5 grams Fat: 0.8 grams Carbohydrate: 15 grams Fiber: 8 grams Sugar: 5 grams
Tips and Notes Suggestions: Raw; with other fruits; in smoothies and some salads; to flavor vinegar.

Menu Combinations:

  • Orange, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, sour cherries and banana.
  • Pineapple, raspberries, strawberries, tangerine and bananas.
  • Banana bread with raspberries-strawberries-nectarine-peach and sour cherries with a topping of “Yosoya” (a mixture made from soy milk and home-made low fat lactose free yogurt).
Course Cooking 101, Ingredients
Keyword Practical Tips