Aronia berries

Aronia berries have the highest levels of natural antioxidants of any fruit, also have the highest anthocyanin

concentrations (pigments), and are very high in proanthocyanidins (tannins), in addition to a lot of other polyphenols. Aronia Berries are easy to grow in Northern America, or anywhere where the temperature is cooler. You can easily grow them in your backyard—not only do they serve ornamental purposes, their fruits are nutritional gems. Just make sure it’s the black variety, specifically, Aronia Melanocarpa. It bears small (about 4 to 9 millimeters) black berries. They appear in the fall and ripen at the beginning of the winter season. Aronia berries may be used in jams, juices, sauces, syrup…
The Benefits of Aronia

  • reduce blood pressure
  • reduce inflammation
  • regulate blood sugar
  • reduce eye inflammation
  • reduce weight gain
  • reduce oxidized LDL cholesterol levels
  • reduce the chance of developing cancer
  • reduce the chance of a heart attack

Aronia berries have the highest levels of natural antioxidants of any fruit

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