Possible benefits of the mulberry:



Agricultural origin: Turkey


  • Wheat: possible cross contamination
  • Gluten: possible cross contamination
  • Egg: absent
  • Milk: absent
  • Nuts: possible cross contamination

Nutritional values ( per 100 gram from supplier )

  • Energy: 1506 Kj / 360 Kcal
  • Fat: 1.82 g / of which saturated: 0.8 g
  • Carbohydrates: 82.5 g / of which sugar: 58 g
  • Fibers: 11.7 g
  • Protein: 3.4 g
  • Salt : 0.02 g

Compound aids weight loss by activating brown fat

A new study suggests mulberries could be key to new treatments for obesity, after finding a natural compound in the fruit activates brown fat, boosting metabolism and aiding weight loss. Now, researchers from China suggest that rutin – a compound naturally present in mulberries – might also help treat obesity.

Digestive health

Like various other fruits and vegetables, mulberries too contain lots of dietary fiber. Dietary fiber helps in improving your digestion by bulking up stool and speeding up the movement of food through the digestive tract. This reduces the occurrences of constipation, bloating, and cramping.

Improves blood circulation

The high iron content in mulberries can significantly boosts the production of red blood cells which helps the body to increase its distribution of oxygen to important tissues and organ systems, hence, helping to boost metabolism and optimize functionality of those systems. Mulberries can significantly boosts the production of red blood cells.

Boosts your immune system

Vitamin C is a great weapon against any infection and foreign pathogens as it makes you stronger from within. Since it is not stored or produced in the body, you need to get it from your diet.  A single serving of mulberries is almost the entire requirement of vitamin C for the day. 

Improves your vision

Drinking a glass of mulberry juice every day may help improve your vision. It has a high content of Vitamin A which is good for strengthening your eyesight and relieving eye strains. It also protects eyes from free radicals which is generally the cause of eye sight loss and retina degeneration.

Treats dry and sensitive skin

Mulberry leaves can be used to treat extremely dry skin by infusing them in coconut or olive oil for a few days and thereafter applying the oil onto your skin. For best results repeat the ritual at least twice a week. 

Good for your hair

Mulberry is known to aid in the production of melanin in your hair. This allows you to retain your hair's natural colour. It is especially beneficial for people who suffer from premature greying of the hair. If you consume mulberry juice on a regular basis it can make your hair healthy. You can even apply the juice onto your hair to promote healthy growth.

Anti-aging properties

Mulberries, like all the other berries, are rich in anti-oxidants which are renowned as effective anti-aging agents and promote glowing, youthful skin. 

Maintains heart health 

Eating mulberries is beneficial for your heart. It strengthens the nervous system and reduces bad cholesterol thus preventing the blockage in the flow of blood. So, it can reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes.

Source reference

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