BERRYFECT® Wild Bilberry-Blackcurrant Powder is overflowing with natural flavonoids, micro-nutrients, vitamins & minerals. No added sugars or additives. Naturally gluten-free, fiber-rich raw food.
Package contains 50% Wild Bilberry (Wild Blueberry) and 50% Blackcurrant (Net weight 100 g).
READY TO USE
Add flavonoids and antioxidants to your daily diet. With BERRYFECT® Berry Powders you can easily give an nutrient boost to any food. Mix with yoghurt and smoothies, use in baking and cooking or just pour right into your mouth!
BERRYFECT® Berry Powders contain high amounts of vitamins, minerals, flavonoids, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, as well as nutritional fibre. That makes it a perfect choice of food for children, the elderly, competitive athletes, as well as those wanting to lose weight.
WILD & RAW
BERRYFECT® products are born in the forests and bogs of the pure northern nature. In this extreme climate grows wild berries especially high in nutrients. Bursting with vitamins, minerals and trace elements they are true arctic superfood, offering natural way to health and wellbeing.
Ingredients: Wild Bilberry 50% (Wild Blueberry, Vaccinium myrtillus), Blackcurrant 50% (Ribes nigrum). No added sugars or additives. Gluten-free. Rich in fibre.
Energy 1291 kJ / 310 kcal, Protein 9,1 g, Carbohydrates 30,1 g – of which sugars 17,4, Fat 8,6 g – of which saturated fatty acids 0,7 g – Omega 3 fatty acids 2200 mg – Omega 6 fatty acids 3800 mg, Dietary fibre 38,4 g, Salt (naturally occuring sodium) 0,3 g, Vitamin E 29,3 mg, Potassium 615 mg.
- The suggested daily intake is 2 tsp (6 g) per day.
- 100 g berry powder = 1000 g of fresh berries.
Vitamin E contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress. Potassium contributes to normal functioning of the nervous system, to normal muscle function and to the maintenance of normal blood pressure.
BERRYFECT® Berry Powders contains high levels of health beneficial Polyfenol antioxidants.
Bilberries are distinct from blueberries but closely related to them. In several other European languages its name translates as “blueberry” or “wild blueberry”, and this may cause confusion with the related plants more usually known as “blueberry” in American English.
Bilberries are a good source of Vitamin E, Potassium and Dietary fibre. The most significant health benefit of the bilberry, however, is the anthocyanin compounds it contains. The wild bilberry is up to four times richer in these flavonoids than is the related highbush blueberry, a cultivated plant. Flavonoids are important antioxidants, and promote several health effects.
Getting enough fibre from your diet guarantees the well-being of microbes, that are important for your digestive system. Vegetable-based fibre feeds the good bacteria, such as bifido- and probiotic lactive acid bacteria. The adequate amounts of these bacterias in your intestine system supports the natural immune defense system of your body.