Many people enjoy gourmet jams, jellies, and preserves because they taste amazing, but did you know that eating these delicious “spreadable,” edible fruits has a number of positive, body-friendly, nutritional health benefits?
Fruit is naturally low in fat, sodium, and calories, and contains no cholesterol. It is also a good source of dietary fiber, vitamin C, folate (folic acid), and potassium, among other nutrients.
Fruit jams, jellies, and preserves, it turns out, provide our bodies with beneficial quick boosts of energy and are only about half the calories, even far less fat and saturated fat, as well as those oh so dangerous bad cholesterol, according to both medical doctors and naturalistic nutritionists, as well as university researchers and numerous medical studies done all over the world.
Natural fiber and essential, life-sustaining vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other nutrients obtained from high-quality, low-sugar gourmet fruit jelly, jam, and preserves can help to:
- Stabilize, achieve, and maintain a healthy weight.
- Gives you energy and endurance when you’re stressed or exercising.
- Reduce your chances of having a stroke, heart attack, or any other type of cardiovascular disease.
- Reduce the risk of developing cancer and possibly aid in the treatment of existing cancers, particularly mouth, stomach, and colon-rectum cancer.
- Lower our blood pressure.
- Hair, skin, and fingernails will be healthier.
- Reduce your chances of developing kidney stones.
- Reduce bone loss.
- Satiate hunger, allowing us to eat fewer calories while remaining satisfied and free of cravings.
- Lower your bad cholesterol levels
- Reduce the likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes.
- Slow the aging process down.
- Constipation and diverticulosis should be avoided.
- All body tissues should grow and repair in a healthy manner.
- Maintain the health of your teeth and gums.
- Assist the body in the formation of red blood cells, reduce the risk of neural tube defects, spina bifida, and anencephaly in pregnant women during fetal development.