vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B3 or vitamin PP (niacin), vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), vitamin B9 (folic acid), vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin E (tocopherol)

Macro elements:

potassium, calcium, magnesium, sodium, sulfur, phosphorus, chlorine

Trace elements:

boron, iron, cobalt, manganese, copper, molybdenum, fluorine

100 g of dried blueberries contains:

proteins – 10,0 g, fats – 5,5 g, carbohydrates – 72 g

The energy value of 100 g of dried blueberries:

kJ / kcal-1642.5/392

Size fraction:

powder; slices up to 1,5 mm; 1,5-3 mm; 3-6 mm;

Dried blueberry

DRIED BLUEBERRY is so unique that it is considered a gift of nature. It is easily and almost completely absorbed by the body. Antioxidants and anthocyanins that are present in dried blueberries prevent the formation of malignant cells, help to normalize the level of bad (LDL) and good (HDL) cholesterol in the body, provide reliable protection of liver cells from damage by free radicals.

Dried blueberries contain phenolic compounds that have a suppressive effect on pathogens: salmonella, Helicobacter pylori, staphylococcus. Dried blueberries increase the plasticity and strength of capillaries. It is recommended to use dried blueberries for astigmatism, hyperopia, myopia, myopathy and other similar diseases; it is recommended to be used for retinal detachment, as well as poor blood circulation.

As a rule, dried blueberries can be added to tea, juice, any fruit drinks, or stewed fruits, they are also used for baking, and added to cereals. In the food industry, dried blueberry powder is used as a natural dye in the production of confectionery, beverages, yoghurts and other food products.