Aronia – superfood and natural gift

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21.10.2019   |     0   |   Tags: Superfood (2)

Aronia represents genus plant of the Pink family and 15 species are known worldwide. It is a perennial shrub which reaches a height of 1.5-3 meters. In the eastern regions of North America, the following species are found according to the color of the ripe fruit: Red Aronia, Black Aronia, and Purple Aronia. Aronia was brought to Europe in the 20th century. It is grown mainly in mountainous and hilly areas. The plant is resistant to low temperatures. The usable part of the Aronia plant is the fruits and leaves.

Aronia - super food and natural gift

What the Aronia contains?

Aronia - super food and natural gift

The Aronia contains antioxidant ingredients as well as vitamin P, C, K, B1, B2, B5 and B9, potassium, calcium, magnesium, iron, iodine, phosphorus. The content also has known amounts of flavonols, catechins and anthocyanins.

The properties of this super food are:

Antioxidant, antitumor, antimutagenic, hepatoprotective, cardioprotective, improves cholesterol metabolism, decreases blood glucose concentration, slows blood clotting, antibacterial action, strong immunostimulant, normalizes high blood, etc.

The benefits of Aronia ?

The benefits of regular aronia intake are a general firming and hydrating effect. It successfully cleanses the body of toxins and slag. Due to its rich and pectin content, it also neutralizes toxins. Aronia is low in calories and contains dietary fiber as well as many nutrients. This makes it a good choice for those who want to lose weight or those who try to eat cleaner and healthier. By now it is clear that this super food is good for the digestive system, naturally thanks to its fibers. They help to eliminate constipation, diarrhea, cramps or bloating. Organic compounds also protect the stomach from dangerous bacteria because they support and strengthen the immune system and antioxidant activity. Due to the available amount of vitamin C, which stimulates the activity of white blood cells and is a key component in the production of collagen. The collagen is an integral part of the growth and repair of new tissues, organs, blood vessels and cells. In addition. There are various components that improve the health and appearance of the skin. In addition, it regulates blood pressure due to the presence of potassium in the content. Potassium is a vasodilator and can relieve the load on the cardiovascular system.

Aronia also manages and prevents diabetes. The dietary fiber contained in the Aronia content has been linked to an increase in insulin regulation, which helps to keep the blood sugar levels normal. These fruits can also help prevent disease, in addition to managing it. Aronia helps with gastritis and gastric ulcers.

Opportunities from Aronia

Aronia - super food and natural gift

The possibilities that this fruitful plant gives you for its use are Aronia Compote, Aronia Tea, Dried Aronia, Aronia jam, Aronia Wine.
The aromatic fruit can become a delicious juice, as well as it can be ground to powder (which is a good choice to add to a smoothie or morning bowl with oatmeal / oat bran). The fact is, freezing the aronia fruits is not a problem, so you can safely put them at low temperatures. After defrosting, the fruit yields more juice and is less bitter, which is a nice thing. Aronia is very pleasant and useful when is made into tea. You just need to soak the crushed dried fruits into hot water.

I mentioned juice. Let’s see how to do it:

  • You need to wash the fruits and crush them well. Add sugar (700-750g sugar per 1kg of fruit) to the mixture.
  • Then pour the mixture into a glass jar and leave in a dark and cool place for 48 hours. After the time has passed, mix well and strain the well-prepared syrup.

Or you can buy it from the store. If you search the internet, you will find many different recipes, as well as aronia jam, which I personally like a lot. There is a lot of information about Aronia on the herbs books, etc. This is a small part that I took out to get you acquainted with this interesting and extremely useful plant. I am not a herbalist or a specialist, so I provide you with the information that made the most impression to me. Do your research. Try and enjoy the wealth called Aronia.

For 100gr. Dried black fruit aronia:
Calories: 324.8g.
Carbohydrates: 77.6g.
Protein: 3.6g.
Fat: 0g.

For 100gr. Aronia juice:
Calories: 30.0g.
Carbohydrates: 7.4g.
Protein: 0.10g.
Fat: 0g.


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