Blueberries contain healthy amounts of fiber, manganese, vitamin C, and vitamin K, which make them good for the immune system, liver, and digestive system. While it is a sweet berry, the little blueberry is low in natural sugars and is being studied to see how it helps people with diabetes regulate blood sugar. Blueberries are also thought to positively affect memory and neurological function in people of all ages.
However do note that they are coated in a protective natural wax so these berries should be rinsed before being eaten or used.
Finally, Making blueberries a part of a child’s diet can boost the immune system and provide trace minerals that enhance brain growth and development!
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