Mulberries are good sources of fiber where one serving can contain as much as 10% of the recommended daily requirement. These fibers, of course, are essential in the digestive process. First, it bulks the stool up to make its expulsion easier. Second, fiber speeds up the motion of waste in the digestive system. This reduces the occurrence of constipation, cramps, and bloating. Finally, it can assist in the regulation of cholesterol levels. This will be good for the circulatory system, especially the arteries and the heart.
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