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Updated 26 February 2013

Blackberries

Blackberries are a good low fat source of vitamin E and help to fight infection.

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Blackberries are a good low fat source of vitamin E and help to fight infection. It also contains salcylate, which is thought to lower the chance of heart risk. It also contains vitamin C, phenolic acids and folate.

Blackberries are best eaten fresh, but the cooked variety still contains high quantities of vitamin E.

Blackberries can be eaten in many forms, from juice to desert or just fresh.


Calories 25
Fibre 3,1 g
Folate 34 g
Vitamin E 2,4 mg
Per 100g serving
 
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