Blueberries without sugar or otherwise blueberries.
Many call them food for the brain. Blueberries are an extremely rich source of fiber as well as vitamins A, C and E.
They also contain beta carotene and the trace elements potassium, manganese and magnesium. They contain anthocyanins, the so-called "plant pigments" that have excellent antioxidant properties.
Some of the anthocyanins inhibit the growth of cancer cells, while they also contain flavonoids that have been proven to be effective against skin and lung cancer.
Dozens of studies (mainly from American universities and organizations) have verified the beneficial properties of blueberry in vision, in the prevention and treatment of urinary tract infections, in the prevention of allergies, in the fight against "bad" cholesterol (LDL) and arteriosclerosis, in the control of hypertension etc.
Its high content of glycosides - especially neomyrtilin - has been scientifically proven to be particularly effective in the treatment of diabetes mellitus.