Top 3 Berries for Your Homemade Muffins

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Berries are a great source of Anti-oxidants. Anti-oxidants protect and strengthen your immune system. What a great way to start your day. There are several types of berries so how do you know which berries to eat? For those of you who are looking for a stronger healthier immune system you would want to look further in the research. Some berries are stronger than others when it comes to Anti-oxidants. Below are a few berries to pay special attention too.

Summer berries.

Summer berries. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Blueberries: Topping the list are blueberries. As we all know blueberries not only taste great but are healthy for you. Blueberries have the highest level of anti-oxidants followed by strawberries.  Blueberries provide protection from cold and flu’s, as well as reduce your risk of heart disease. Isn’t that a great way to start your day?

 

Strawberries: Strawberries have a large amount of anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory’s which will help those who are struggling with chronic auto-immune deficiencies. They also strengthen your heart and immune system.

 

Raspberries: These great little berries are great for your cardio vascular health. They will reduce  your risk of heart disease and some cancers. Taking on berries in the morning will give your heart a great start. In addition to anti-oxidants raspberries provide a great source of Vitamin K, Potassium, and fiber in your diet. They have also been proven to help reduce obesity in many patients. Eating berries in the morning is a great way to improve your overall health.

 

If you are looking for a great reason to have homemade muffins there are several reasons but the most important is that they protect your body and the bodies of your family. What ever the choice is when it comes to the berries you can improve your health by simply starting off your day with a yummy muffin!

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