+resveratrol (blue skin) | fights aging, increases cardiovascular function | best organic
How to Use
raw | puree | bake | freeze
Berries are sweet fruits and oftentimes sprayed with herbicides and pesticides. If you are going to eat berries, I would only eat organic. I have noticed patients who eat strawberries during the month of June tend to have left neck and shoulder blade pain. The one berry I suggest you add to your daily routine is the blueberry. The skin of the blueberry contains resveratrol. While few know that blueberries are a source of resveratrol, many know the health benefits from the press received about resveratrol in red wine. Resveratrol in blueberries helps combat the signs of aging, improves longevity, fights disease, prevents free radical damage and increases cardiovascular function. If you can, I suggest locating a farmer who grows organic blueberries and purchase a substantial amount during its season, then freeze them for consumption throughout the year.