PQ (Protein Quality) x PDCAAS (Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score) - N/A
- gallic acid
- ellagic acid
- caffeic acid
- ferulic acid
- vanillic acid
- lambertianin C
- coumaric acids
- chlorogenic acid
- hydroxycinnamic acids
- complex carbohydrates
Potential Health Benefits
- powerful cardiovascular disease protection
- powerful blood glucose management
- powerful anti-cancer properties
- increased skin & eye UV damage protection
- digestive system health boost
- immune system health boost
- lower "bad" cholesterol
- promote weight-loss
- energy boost
Potential Athletic Benefits
- Improve blood glucose levels for more sustained energy throughout training sessions.
- Protect against cardiovascular decline from aging to preserve long-term health and fitness levels.
- Help protect skin and eyes from UV exposure damage and the degenerative effects of aging.
- Boost exercise energy levels from complex carbohydrates and phytochemical intake.
Glycemic Index Rank
26 out of 100
|Low Glycemic||less than 55|
Food Sensitivity Rank
1.2 to 1 ratio
|Low-Medium for Fructose Sensitivity||more than 1 (fructose to glucose ratio)|
A special berry indeed, raspberries are phytonutrient powerhouses. They contain over 23 known species of phytochemicals that may help to provide powerful anti-cancer properties, cardiovascular disease protection, and more. Raspberries are very beneficial to the general population (unless you react negatively to them) and are also great substitutes for a sweet snack.
- Anti-Obese Action of Raspberry Ketone
- Identification and Dietary Relevance of Antioxidants from Raspberries
- Raspberry Ketone Increases Both Lipolysis and Fatty Acid Oxidation in 3T3-L1 Adipocytes
- Comparison of Antioxidant Capacity and Phytochemical Properties of Wild and Cultivated Red Raspberries
- Anthocyanin Content, Antioxidant, Anti-Inflammatory, and Anti-Cancer Properties of Blackberry and Raspberry Fruits
Sources include: USDA
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