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People have used elderberry for its health benefits for hundreds of years. Elderberry contains antioxidants, and many believe it can relieve colds, fight the flu, and boost the immune system.
Elderberries contain natural substances called flavonoids, which are organic compounds rich in antioxidants and can help your body ward off everyday toxins. Including more flavonoids in your diet is a great way to help your body stay healthy and potentially decrease your risk of some chronic health conditions.
Elderberries have quickly become one of the most popular sources of antioxidants available, mainly for their ability to help deliver fast, effective immune support. They seem to help reduce swelling, fight inflammation, and boost the immune system.
One cup of elderberries contains 106 calories and 26.68 grams (g) of carbohydrate. A cup also contains the following vitamins and minerals:
● 870 mg of vitamin A
● 406 mg of potassium
● 52.2 mg of vitamin C
● 9 mg of folate
● 55 mg of calcium
● 2.32 mg of iron
● 10.2 g of dietary fiber