Strawberries are often eaten raw directly or by adding them in fruit salads, custards, and various other recipes.
Strawberries have a common scientific name of Fragaria, and there are different suffixes for different varieties, such as Fragaria Vesca for wild strawberry, and Fragaria Orientalis for Eastern Strawberries, among others. Strawberries grow in bushes and are one of the most delicious seasonal fruits that also boost your health.
These berries, with their tempting looks and spectacular taste, have secured their place in the list of favorite fruits globally. Strawberries are often associated as a European fruit, however, they are popular throughout the world.
Few studies have directly examined the effects of eating strawberries on human health.
However, limited research indicates that strawberry consumption may be associated with a decreased cardiovascular disease risk and that phytochemicals present in strawberries have anti-inflammatory or anticancer properties in laboratory studies.
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