Berries are a rich source of minerals and antioxidants, as they contain several important minerals such as calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium and sodium, as well as large amounts of anthocyanins, phenols and flavonoids.
Benefits of white berries
1.Lower blood sugar levels
Eating white mulberry leaf powder helps lower blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes. Eating one gram of white mulberry leaf powder 3 times a day for 4 weeks has been shown to help lower blood sugar by up to 27%.
A study published in PLOS One in 2013 showed that the consumption of berry extract rich in phenol and antioxidant flavonoids, in addition to their function as antioxidants, also plays a role in lowering blood sugar levels.
It should be noted that when using white berries for diabetics, you should control your blood sugar level and lower any signs of blood sugar levels, because it lowers blood sugar levels.
Side effects may occur when taking white berry extract, but these studies are few in number and eating unripe white berries may cause indigestion, bloating, nausea and diarrhea.
It is worth noting that there is not enough information about the safety of white berries
2 .Pregnant and lactating women
It is recommended to avoid using it during pregnancy and lactation.
As mentioned earlier, eating white berries may lower blood sugar levels, so diabetics are advised to pay attention to the symptoms associated with low blood sugar in addition to closely monitoring their blood sugar levels if consuming white berries.
Drug interactions with white berries
Eating white berries with diabetes medications can cause severe hypoglycemia, so it is important to monitor your blood sugar levels while taking it.
These drugs include glimpiride and glipizide, insulin, etc.
What are the benefits of dried white berries?
There are no studies on the benefits of eating dried white berries in particular, but drying them not only allows them to be used as a substitute for raisins, but also enhances their taste.