Health & Wellness
These strawberry benefits justify picking up an extra pint of ruby-reds from the market. As if they weren’t sweet enough already!
Protect Your Heart
Studies have shown that regularly consuming anthocyanins—which are found in strawberries—can reduce the risk of heart attack. Plus, strawberries may aid in preventing platelet build-up and even reducing blood pressure.
Needless to say, your heart will thank you for eating these delicious berries—and these other heart-healthy foods.
Support a Healthy Pregnancy
One of the most commonly recommended supplements for pregnant women is folate or folic acid, which is instrumental in a baby’s development. Happily, strawberries are a great natural source of this nutrient—one cup of fresh berries has around 40 micrograms of folate! We’re betting strawberries aren’t one of the foods Meghan Markle can’t eat while pregnant.
Inflammation can cause a number of problems in the body—chronic inflammation has even been linked to serious conditions such as stroke, heart attacks and cancer. Strawberries have anti-inflammatory properties that can help promote all-around well being.