There are many different types of berries in the world and in this article we will take a look at Logan Berry. Logan berry (Rubus loganobaccus) is a fruit belonging to the Rosaceaea family and was originated in the United States, a hybrid fruit between the blackberry and the red raspberry known for its dark red colour and delightful to the taste. It is an excellent choice to be a part of the daily diet, it can be eaten raw or cooked, and it can also be used for jam, pies, fruit syrups, wines or jelly. Inside, the seeds are very small and not abundant and they are also very soft. The vines are enormous bearers, and the fruit is very firm and carries well.
Loganberries were accidentally created when a man in California planted a blackberry bush next to a red raspberry bush and they pollinated together. Centuries ago because of its high vitamin C content, loganberry was used by the British navy in the 20th century as a source of vitamin C to prevent sailors from getting scurvy much the same as the British did with limes during the late 18th century. So this berry is good for you, it strengthens the immune system and protects the body from infections.
Logan berries are packed full of nourishing nutrients that help keep the body healthy and strong naturally. It has a sweet and tart flavour, you wouldn’t resist consuming it, a berry that is enriched in calcium, zinc, powerful antioxidants, carbohydrates, protein, potassium, copper, fluoride, iron, manganese, selenium, magnesium, vitamin B complex, vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K and fiber. With all these essential nutrients and minerals, Logan berry aids in the metabolism of food as well as promotes normal functioning of the nervous system. Manganese content in this berry works as an antioxidant to help prevent cancer and heart disease.
The antioxidants in loganberries can help prevent several types of cancers naturally such as skin, breast, colon, stomach, and prostate and lung cancer. It prevents of treats constipation, stress, depression and fatigue, also good for weight management.