Cherries

                                                       These berries contain antioxidant protection, powerful antioxidants like anthocyanins and cyanidin. These berries help reduce Inflammation and your risk of gout. supports healthy sleep (Melatonin) ...
arthritis pain relief, and also has been known to help reduce belly fat, as well as reduce post-exercise muscle pain.

Blueberries                                            Nutritional value per 100 g (3.5 oz)Energy 240 kJ (57 kcal)

Carbohydrates14.49 g
Sugars 9.96 g
Dietary fiber 2.4 g
Fat 0.33 g
Protein 0.74 g
Vitamins
Vitamin A equiv.
beta-carotene 32 μg
lutein zeaxanthin 80 μg(0%)
Vitamin A 54 IU
Thiamine (B1)(3%)
0.037 mg
Riboflavin (B2)(3%)
0.041 mg
Niacin (B3)(3%)
0.418 mg
Pantothenic acid (B5)(2%)
0.124 mg
Vitamin B6(4%)
0.052 mg
Folate (B9)(2%)
6 μg
Vitamin C(12%)
9.7 mg
Vitamin E(4%)
0.57 mg
Vitamin K(18%)
19.3 μg
Minerals
Calcium(1%)
6 mg
Iron(2%)
0.28 mg
Magnesium(2%)
6 mg
Manganese(16%)
0.336 mg
Phosphorus(2%)
12 mg
Potassium(2%)
77 mg
Sodium(0%)
1 mg
Zinc(2%)
0.165 mg
Other constituents
Water 84 g

Blackberries

                                                                         These berries contain a high  tannin content and this has been know to reduce intestinal inflammation, it is also known to soothe the effects of diarrhea.

Blackberry leaves have also been consumed to help with mild inflammation of the gums and even soar throught.  the juice from blackberries can also be used to regulate  womens menstruation as it is very effective in helping blood to clot. blackberries are also rich in bioflavonoids (are compounds abundant in the pulp and rinds of citrus fruits and other foods containing vitamin C). Each cup of raw blackberries provide 308 IU of vitamin A.


Honeyberry


Honeyberrys can offer some interesting nutritional and health benefits. Many of these benefits are linked to their extremely high concentration of anthocyanins

Growing evidence indicates that anthocyanins have anti-inflammatory activity, suggesting that anthocyanin-containing foods and supplements might help prevent or fight certain inflammatory conditions such as gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) and rheumatoid arthritis. A study published in the June 2010 issue of the journal Food and Chemical Toxicology specifically analyzed the effects of an anthocyanin-rich extract derived from blue honeyberries on human gingival fibroblasts. It found that the extract was capable of attenuating the inflammatory process that can lead to periodontal diseases such as gingivitis. These berries have also been know to help with eye sight as well as cardiovascular benefits Anthocyanins may help keep your veins healthy by neutralizing enzymes that destroy connective tissue, by repairing damaged proteins in the blood vessel walls, and by promoting healthy circulation. As an added bonus, blue honey berries contain high levels of chlorogenic acid, a phytochemical that may provide additional vascular benefits by controlling blood pressure. these sources were found at website marked below.

Source: http://www.healwithfood.org/health-benefits/blue-honeysuckle-berries-nutrition.


Nutrient Amount per 100g % Daily Value Comment
Water 82.7 g NA High water content
Protein 1.6 g 3 %
Fat 1.6 g NA
Dietary Fiber 6.7 g 27 % A good source of fiber
Vitamin C 12.1 mg 20 % A good source of vitamin C
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 0.16 mg 11 %
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 0.02 mg 1 %
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) 0.02 mg 1 %
Calcium 24.5 mg 2 %
Copper 0.06 mg 3 %
Iron 0.27 mg 2 %
Magnesium 13.5 mg 3 %
Manganese 0.14 mg 7 %
Phosphorus 15.1 mg 2 %
Potassium 211 mg 6 %
Sodium 9.3 mg 0 %
Zinc 0.17 mg 1 %




Goji Berries (Wolfberry)


These sweet Nutritious berries are among the highest in antioxidants, they carry more carotene then carrots, they also contain 11 amino acids, have a high concentration of protein, they are also loaded with vitamin C. They have twenty-one trace minerals and they are high in fiber.

other health benefits of this little super fruit include anti-inflammatorys, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal compounds, as well zeaxanthin ( this is also seen in food like kale, spinach and broccoli)


Warning !!!                                   this fruit may interact with certain medications such as blood thinners, blood pressure, and diabetes medications. you should consult with you primary physician before consuming. these berries may lower you blood surgar levels and increase the risk of bleeding while on those medications


Honey -


This sweet golden liquid from a beehive has also been known as liquid gold, is very popular in the kitchen as well as has been used for several other purposes. this liquid is loaded with antibacterial and antifungal properties it has been used since the early days of Egypt.

It is an excellent source of all-natural energy at just 17 grams of carbohydrates per tablespoon, this natural surgar contains fructose and glucose that once enters the blood stream acts as a short term energy boost.

Honey is believed to be effective as the common cough suppressant as well as being used to treat burn and wounds, per a 2005 study published in the British Journal of Surgery found all but one of patients who suffered from wounds and leg ulcers showed remarkable improvement after applying a topical application of honey.