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Ounce for ounce, blueberries are one of the healthiest foods you can eat.

This true “superfood” is very low in calories and is a rich source of vitamin C, vitamin K, manganese and antioxidants.

In fact, blueberries have an ORAC score (which measures a food’s ability to eliminate cell-destroying free radicals in a test tube) of 9,621 — which makes these plump, juicy berries one of the highest antioxidant foods in the world.

And it doesn’t hurt that they taste great too!

What you may not realize is that this superfood is a secret weapon when it comes to maintaining a healthy body weight.

I’ll show you one of my favorite ways to take advantage of the slimming power of blueberries in just a moment.

First, let’s look at 5 amazing health benefits of blueberries.

5 Amazing Health Benefits Of Blueberries

1. Jumpstart A Sluggish Metabolism

Blueberries are packed with a plant pigment called anthocyanins, that’s what gives them their famous blue hue.

An added bonus of anthocyanins: they may help you lose weight.

Although more studies are needed, preliminary evidence suggests that the anthocyanins found in blueberries can jumpstart a sluggish metabolism. (1)

2. Cool Chronic Inflammation

Chronic inflammation is a widespread health issue that’s been linked to obesity, heart disease, Alzheimer’s and just about every other modern malady.

Good news:

In a University of Maine study, eating blueberries daily lowered the output of fat-promoting inflammatory compounds in test animals. (2)

3. Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

I have a real weakness for cupcakes, cookies and other baked goodies. And while there’s a place for occasionally indulging in treats like these, you don’t need me to tell you what they do to my waistline.

A healthier way to satisfy your sweet tooth? Feast on a cup of blueberries.

An entire cup of blueberries is just 84 calories and 15 grams of carbohydrates, but delivers:

  • Fiber: 4 grams.
  • Vitamin C: 24% of the RDA.
  • Vitamin K: 36% of the RDA.
  • Manganese: 25% of the RDA.

Blueberries are a guilt-free pleasure you should snack on daily!

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4. Promote Healthy Digestion

Constipation is a problem for 63 million Americans. When your digestive system is slow or blocked, you look puffy, bloated and pounds heavier than your real weight.

If constipation is forcing your belly to swell, blueberries may be the solution you need.

A 1 cup serving of blueberries is packed with 4 grams of digestion-promoting fiber, but that’s not all:

University of Maine health researcher Vivian Chi-Hua Wu discovered that blueberries are prebiotic — meaning they help the good bacteria (probiotics) living in your digestive system so you can experience gentler, healthier digestion. (3)

5. Block Fat Storage


If you’ve ever tried to lose weight in the past, you know that shedding pounds is just the beginning: the real challenge is keeping those unwanted pounds from sneaking back onto your belly, backside, arms, legs and other trouble spots.

One final blueberry benefit: the anthocyanins in these berries can prevent rebound pounds. How?

Anthocyanins may stop fat cells from absorbing new fat. In a 25-year study of more than 124,000 men and women, participants who ate anthocyanin-rich foods like blueberries maintained a healthy weight throughout adulthood. (4)

A Cup Of Blueberries A Day
Keeps The Belly Fat Away!

As you can see, blueberries are packed with a treasure trove of fat-burning, health-promoting potential.

If you’re not already eating blueberries regularly, I encourage you to add them to your diet.

They make a delicious add-in for salads, oatmeal or Greek yogurt; they’re a quick and easy snack right out of the case; but my favorite way to enjoy them is in a Belly-Slimming Blueberry Breeze Smoothie.

Try it yourself with the quick and easy recipe below.

Belly-Slimming Blueberry Breeze Smoothie Recipe


Ready for a yummy and convenient way to get a daily dose of belly-slimming blueberry goodness?

Whip up our Belly-Slimming Blueberry Breeze Smoothie at home!

Just make sure you use a cranberry-cherry juice without added sugar.

Many popular brands soak their juice with as much (and sometimes MORE) sugar than what you’d get from a can of soda.

So carefully read the label when choosing your juice brand.

Prep time: 2 mins               Serves: 2



  • 3 cups frozen blueberries
  • 1 cup cranberry-cherry juice


  1. In a blender, puree blueberries with cranberry juice and 1/2 cup ice cubes.
  2. Enjoy immediately!

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  • bob truheyo says:

    good info……………

  • Richard Reaux says:

    Works wonders

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  • K.D. MacDonald says:

    Can fresh blue seedless grapes be substituted for frozen blueberries

    • Dr. Charles Livingston D.C. says:

      Hello K.D.
      You can but I would really suggest using blueberries. Although grapes are good for you, Blueberries are a superfood! Blueberry antioxidants have been linked to the banishing of belly fat. They include vitamin K, fiber, and numerous compounds that together provide decreased the risk of breast cancer, colon cancer, esophageal cancer, and cancers of the small intestine, as well as healthy cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar levels. There are also fewer calories in blueberries vs grapes.
      God Bless
      Dr. C

  • nell smith says:

    Does this drink have to many carbs. for a pre diabetic? My sugar was 103 this morning but it has been higher.but only one time it went to188 on my touch one,. this summer I have been back on healthy foods and it has dropped. I found salt is worst than sugar for me,but I am now trying very hard to give up sugar(refined) but sugar is in everything. I also have Nash fatty liver. I do not drink alcohol and have never. I have been diagsonsed with chemical evironmental chemical sensitive. Could you please give me some help care tips. Thank a bunch.

    • Dr. Charles Livingston D.C. says:

      Hello Nell,
      The blueberries them self-have 45gs of sugar and 63 g of carbs, with the juice it would carbs would be determined on what brand of juice you decide to use. We have a product called Liv Lean. LivLean Formula #1 can change the way you lose weight. It
      supports liver health & detoxification, supports a healthy metabolism
      (crucial for weight loss), provides immune function support, promotes
      liver regeneration, boosts your body’s protection against everyday
      toxins and supports healthy blood sugar levels.


      always check with your healthcare practitioner
      when making changes to your diet or exercise or supplements.

      God bless
      Dr. C

  • Dr. Charles Livingston D.C. says:

    Hello Rochelle,
    So glad our information is what you were looking for. We do have a wholesale and affiliate program. Please feel free to reach out to us at Whitney@perfectorigins.com for more info. Have a wonderful day.

  • Cheral says:

    Is cherry juice without cranberry ok? I don’t do well with cranberry

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