Raspberries are great for fiber and is one of the few fruits when consumed which would not have much effect on the body’s blood sugar levels. They are also good for inflamation and pain and may ward off some cancers. These can be eaten guiltlessly, about 1 calorie each and NO FAT. A sweet treat!
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Raspberries do not have much affect on Blood Sugar Levels.
Raspberrries can prevent the over ~ growth of certain bacteria including fungi in the body. Raspberry is one of the few fruits whose consumption would not have much effect on the body’s blood sugar levels. They also help rid the body of inflammation and pain. Try a Raspberry Parfait with yogurt & granola sprinkles, jello with raspberries, raspberries with cool whip, raspberries in cereal.
Raspberries can restrain proliferation of cancer cells and even the formation of tumors in various parts of the body, including the colon. The presence of salicylic acid in raspberries might slow down hardening of the arteries. Raspberry is one of the few fruits whose consumption would not have much effect on the body’s blood sugar levels. Raspberry is good for inflammation and pain.
I stock up my freezer with sugar free popsicles a Edy's Fruit bars at only 25 and 80 calories respectively I never feel bad about having one after dinner. It's a yummy healthy snack, and it helps curb any sweet cravings I may be having. Also it's a nice treat to look forward to for a day well done.
My favorite flavor for the popsicles is Raspberry and for the fruit bars I recommend Strawberry
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