(ORDO NEWS) — Red – for colds, yellow – for hypertension, black – for oncology. In the markets – a variety of berries. But the crimson colors are most striking: red, yellow, white and black, which is very similar to blackberries. You can try the one you like the most.
The most common type of raspberry is with red berries. Contains vitamins A, B and K, iron, potassium, magnesium, manganese, zinc, calcium. Berries have more vitamin C than oranges, are also high in fiber, low in calories, and provide a good dose of folic acid. Nutritionists recommend eating no more than three hundred grams of raspberries a day.
Yellow raspberries have more sugar than red raspberries, but less than black ones. The yellow berry is rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber, glucose, tannins and salicylic acid. Berry is considered a dietary product. It very rarely causes allergic reactions. It is consumed in case of colds, intestinal diseases and to strengthen the protective properties of the body.
A handful of yellow berries every day can help control blood pressure in the event of a nervous breakdown. Yellow raspberries strengthen blood vessels, increase hemoglobin and help people with anemia.
Black berries with a purple tint resemble blackberries, but in fact they are black raspberries. It is smaller than red, denser and stronger. Of all types of raspberries, it is the sweetest and most high-calorie. For its useful properties, it received the informal title “queen of berries”.
Given the low content of proteins and fats and a large amount of carbohydrates, black raspberries are used in low-protein diets. Delicious black raspberries are a good alternative to cake or chocolates.
Regular consumption of black raspberries can reduce the risk of developing malignant neoplasms (due to the high content of ellagic acid), slow down the development of cancers of the esophagus, cervix, colon and breast.
Experts in the United States have calculated that if you eat two kilograms of black raspberries a year, the risk of cancer is completely reduced. The tone of the body increases, the aging process slows down.
Black raspberries are very beneficial for women’s health. During the treatment of infertility, various gynecological diseases, black raspberries should be actively eaten. Women who have problems with their menstrual cycle can drink tea from it to reduce pain, normalize the cycle, etc.
Raspberries of any color are eaten fresh, ground with sugar, jam, syrups, compotes, jams are made from them. It is cured, dried and frozen. All useful properties are preserved.
Raspberry jam with blueberries
250 g raspberries, 500 g blueberries (or blueberries), 700 g sugar.
Pour blueberries with cold water. All debris will float to the surface, collect it, gently rinse the berries.
Rinse raspberries in a colander, drain all the water, transfer to blueberries.
Pour sugar into the berries. If the container is filled almost to the top, it is better to shift everything into a saucepan with a slightly larger diameter bottom.
Put the berries with sugar on a small fire, mix a little with a wooden spoon, the berries will release juice a little and the sugar will melt faster. Cook the jam over low heat for 15 minutes, removing the foam with a slotted spoon. Sterilize small jars and lids, fill with jam, close the lids. Turn the blanks upside down, cover until cool. After cooling for several days, keep the jam in the refrigerator, then transfer to a cold pantry.
This jam can be served with tea or milk. Berries contain a large amount of vitamins, which are preserved even after heat treatment.
Black raspberry jelly
800 g black raspberries, 500 g sugar, 1 teaspoon gelatin. Sprinkle raspberries with sugar and leave for a few hours.
Soak gelatin in water according to instructions.
Bring the raspberries to a boil, cook for 15 minutes and, if desired, grind through a sieve. Add gelatin, mix and close the jam in sterilized jars.
3 cups raspberries, 330 g sugar, 3 mint sprigs, 3 lemon slices, about 3 liters of water.
Rinse bottles and caps thoroughly with hot water and soda. It is not necessary to sterilize the bottles.
Put one glass of berries in each bottle.
Rinse mint thoroughly. Rinse the lemon with soda under running hot water and cut into circles.
In each bottle, put a sprig of mint and a slice of lemon, which can be cut into 4 parts for convenience. Pour boiling water into bottles. Cover them with lids and leave for 15-20 minutes.
Pour sugar into a saucepan. Pour bottled water into a saucepan and put on fire.
Bring the berry broth to a boil, boil so that the sugar is completely dissolved, and pour the bottles. Close the lids and wrap them in a thick towel or blanket for a day. During this time, the bottles will warm up and slowly cool down. Can be stored at room temperature.
A chilled bottle of raspberry Mojito in winter will remind you of a hot summer.
The article is for informational purposes and is intended for educational purposes. Readers should not use it as medical advice. — Approx. ORDO editor.
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