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Blueberries are globally renowned as a super fruit due to their high concentration of antioxidants! Scroll to learn some more.

Berries that pack a health punch


Antioxidants prevent cell damage that occurs from everyday wear and tear. Whether it’s boosting brain health, producing anti-aging benefits or protecting against diseases such as cancer or chronic heart disease, antioxidants can help and blueberries are loaded with them!

Vitamins & minerals

Blueberries are a great source of vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin C and Manganese. Manganese helps activate many enzymes in metabolism and plays a role in a variety of bodily chemical processes. Vitamin C is essential in maintaining a healthy immune system, and is critical to collagen production.

An Energy Boost

The combination of soluble and insoluble fibre in blueberries can help slow down the rate of digestion in your GI tract, causing a steadier release of sugar into your bloodstream and a more stable, longer-lasting energy boost. That quality also makes blueberries a smart choice for diabetics or other people watching their blood sugar levels.


Blueberries are a great source of fibre, helping to keep things regular and assisting in managing cholesterol. Eating one cup of fresh blueberries will add 3.6 grams of fibre to your daily intake, along with 84 calories and 21.5 grams of carbohydrate. 

Brain Health

Blueberries provide a number of benefits specifically for brain health. They have been shown to improve learning, memory and cognitive processes so are a great addition to a work or school day to provide a helpful boost. 

Low Sugar

Blueberries are low in sugar and calories and won’t raise your blood sugar levels as much as some other fruits. Blueberries are high in fibre and have the highest concentrations of anthocyanins. Anthocyanins are antioxidants that prevent spikes in blood sugar after eating starch-rich meals.

Eat more blueberries!