Frozen Raspberries as Part of a Healthy Lifestyle

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Written by McKenzie Hall, RDN and Lisa Samuel, RDN, consulting dietitians for NPRC Nothing quite compares to the intoxicating color or juicy sweet flavor of red raspberries. And every time you bite into one of these tiny gems, you’re flooding your body with vitamins, minerals, fiber, and phytonutrients – all in a relatively low-calorie package!… Read more »

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Fill Your Fiber Gap with the Help from Raspberries

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Written by McKenzie Hall, RDN and Lisa Samuel, RDN, consulting dietitians for NPRC Fiber is found in the beautiful and tasty world of plant foods. Vegetables, legumes, nuts, seeds, whole grains and fruit all provide people’s bodies with fiber. This means everything ranging from the humble potato and canned kidney beans to popular quinoa and… Read more »

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Top 3 Reasons to Enjoy Frozen Raspberries Year-Round

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Frozen fruit – including frozen raspberries – is a naturally sweet way to reap the benefits of quality nutrition year-round. Freezing, is in fact, a gentle preserving process that maintains a fruit’s integrity, flavor, and nutritional value. Whether you’re aiming to stock your kitchen with healthy ingredients or simply craving that just-picked raspberry taste, look… Read more »

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Red Raspberries, Not Just a Sweet Treat!

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When we think of eating fruit, we usually think sweet—fruit on yogurt or granola, fruit in a smoothie, or fruit for dessert. It’s true that fruit is a wonderful way to satisfy your sweet tooth and at the same time get a healthy dose of fiber, vitamins and minerals. But, we also love sneaking fruit—especially red raspberries—into savory dishes. It’s another way to reach the 1 ½ – 2 cups of fruit recommended each day. Plus, that sweet-tart savory combination is so satisfying!

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