Red Raspberries (Rubus idaeus) have long been used as a nutritious food as well as for medicinal purposes throughout the world. There has even been archaeological evidence that Paleolithic cave dwellers ate raspberries. Red Raspberries have traditionally been associated with fertility and its leaves are used in herbal teas to sooth digestion and menstrual cramps.
- Weight Management
Red raspberries are high in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. One such nutrient unique to the raspberry called rheosmin (raspberry ketones) has been identified as having beneficial effects on weight management. Early research has shown that these ketones can increase the metabolism of the fat cell which may help reduce the risk of obesity and fatty liver disease.
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Add 1 teaspoon to smoothies, ice cream or cereal
Reseal pouch and store in a cool dry place or refrigerate for maximum shelf-life.
Organic freeze-dried red raspberry powder. No preservatives or additives.
Packed in a facility that may have exposure to peanuts and tree nuts.