4. Reduce birth defects such as neonatal spina bifida.
Folic acid (vitamin B9), which is rich in blackberry, plays an important role in healthy cell division and growth. Pregnant women are advised to eat more blackberries to reduce birth defects such as spina bifida.
5. Promote digestion, and lower cholesterol.
The cellulose content of the blackberry is higher than most other fruits. A blackberry contains 8 grams of cellulose, which is higher than the cellulose content of two cups of wheat. And it helps to better meet the daily demand of 25 grams of cellulose. Cellulose is extremely important for digestive health, helping to maintain a healthy weight and lower high cholesterol.
6. Prevent UV damage to the eyes.
The lutein contained in the blackberry prevents the formation of retinal spots in the eye and prevents UV rays from damaging the eyes.
7. Strong bones.
Blackberry is an excellent source of trace element manganese, and a blackberry can satisfy 50% of the daily demand for manganese. And manganese helps the body form connective tissue and is essential for strong bones.