Blueberry Coloring Pages

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Blueberry is a wildflower that can be found spontaneously in the fields, as its name indicates. Therefore, it is part of the meticulous plants (plants that grow spontaneously in cultivated fields).

Free Blueberry Coloring Pages

Blueberry Characteristic

Blueberry can find a place in every garden corner and a pot or a flower meadow. It is straightforward to grow. Because the wind disperses its seeds, it reseeds spontaneously.

The flowers gathered in capitulates appear above bracts with ciliated edges. The flowering is melliferous and attracts bees and butterflies.

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The cornflower of the fields gives country bouquets good behavior in a vase. The flowers can also be dried.

It is part of the medicinal parts. Its flowers have properties to soothe the eyes, hence its nickname of eye breaker.

Edible flowers decorate, especially color, sorbets, mousses, cakes, they can even flavor tea.

Blueberries are increasingly considered a superfood, mainly because they are high in antioxidants, vitamins C and K, iron, and manganese. 

It is also low in saturated fat, sodium, and cholesterol. Whether fresh or frozen, blueberries retain their nutrients intact. Cooking at temperatures above 175°C (350°F) reduces enzyme activity and vitamin and mineral content.

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The antioxidants in blueberries have many health benefits, including cardiovascular effects, scientifically studied. 

It has been found that blueberries improve cholesterol balance by lowering bad cholesterol and raising good cholesterol. Regular consumption of blueberries also promotes good blood pressure.

Research is increasingly interested in the effects of blueberries on cognitive function. 

In addition to improving memory, blueberries appear to slow the development of cognitive problems due to aging. 

This is believed to be due to the antioxidants in the fruit, which reduce oxygen damage to cells.

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It has long been known that blueberries are beneficial to eye health. It protects the eyes, especially the retina, from the harmful effects of the sun and oxygen. 

Rich in vitamin A, blueberries (and carrots) are often cited for their ability to improve night vision, a claim that was often (but perhaps a little too often) made during the war.

Alfred Vogel noted the benefits of blueberries for people with type 2 diabetes. 

Scientific evidence now confirms the observations of the famous naturopath because, despite its high sugar content, this small fruit does indeed help regulate blood sugar levels.