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Tuesday, June 15, 2010



• Only 80 fat-free calories per cup, blueberries are a good
source of dietary fiber and vitamin C.
• Blueberries rank high in antioxidants that help protect
against cancer, heart disease and other age-related
• Researchers have found compounds in blueberries that
help prevent urinary tract infection.
• Just one-half cup of blueberries helps meet the
recommended 5 to 9 servings a day of colorful fruits
and veggies.
For more blueberry information visit the
U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council at

• Add blueberries to your favorite muffin recipe—about
1 cup for each batch of 12 muffins. Gently stir in the
blueberries at the end (unthawed, if frozen).
• Dot pancake batter with blueberries as soon as batter
has been poured on the griddle.
• Make a breakfast parfait by layering blueberries with
flavored yogurt and granola cereal in a tall glass.
• Sprinkle blueberries and chopped walnuts over dressed
mixed greens.
• Serve blueberries with sour cream or yogurt or with a
scoop of cottage cheese.

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