Sugar, drinking water, Blackberry, citric acid.
The recommended dilution of the syrup is 1: 7 syrup: drinking water
Caloric content of 100 ml product - 290 kcal / 1216 KJ;
Protein 2g; Fat 0g; Carbohydrates 70g; Dietary fibers 14g
Does not contain colorings, flavorings and preservatives.
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During the First World War students in England have harvested the blackberries and have sent the juice to the army to preserve the health of the soldiers.
What you should know about Blackberry :
Blackberries are a favorite among many berries. But besides their rich flavor blackberries contain nutrients that provide a number of health benefits. The fruit is high in vitamin C, and as known, it is extremely important for the immune system. Blackberries have very high fiber contain – one handful of blackberries contains about 8 grams of fiber, which is twice more than two handfuls of crushed wheat. Fiber is important for proper functioning of the intestines, it also helps people to maintain a healthy weight. Furthermore, improving health by reducing cholesterol levels. Blueberries contain anthocyanins - a group of plant pigments that have antioxidant properties. Some anthocyanins inhibit the growth of tumor cells. In addition, they contain the C3G chemical, which belongs to the group of flavonoids that are effective in the struggle against skin cancer and lung. The forest fruit is an excellent source of the mineral manganese. Only a handful of blackberries provides the body with half of the required daily intake of the mineral. Manganese helps the body to form connective tissue, which plays a key role in building healthy bone structure.
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