When looking at blueberries nutrition one thing that stands out is that this berry has no fat, trans fat, or saturated fat, the “usual” ingredients that are found in cans, boxes and bags in our pantries. However, this site shows blueberries as having a very low amount of fat.
It seems that blueberries can’t hurt you if you add this to your diet, as opposed to some processed foods that can depending on your health condition.
You can find carbohydrates, dietary fiber, sodium, sugars, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, calcium, folate, Phosphorous, and Magnesium in blueberries. More here.
How about cholesterol? According to the research reported at this site, “Levels of VLDL (very low density lipoprotein)—a form of “bad” cholesterol—were about 44 percent lower in the blueberry-fed hamsters.”
As far as calories? This site shows the following:
For 1 ounce (28 g) of fresh, raw blueberries, you only get 16 calories.
For 1 cup (148 g) of fresh, raw blueberries, you only get 84 calories.
For ¼ cup (40 g) of dried blueberries, you get 140 calories.
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