Red Raspberries are loaded with fiber, minerals and vitamins that promote healthy hair, skin, nails teeth and bones, plus they are low in calories. Red Raspberries are believed to have substantial protective health benefits because of the antioxidants they contain. Raspberries have 10 times more antioxidants than tomatoes or broccoli and have 200 times more anti-oxidants than red wine. They are rich in the B vitamins with a good amount of B-6 and vitamin K, niacin, riboflavin, folic acid and Lutein. Lutein a caratenoid is beneficial for good eye health, improving vision and may decrease the risk of developing macular degeneration of the eye. Raspberries contain some specific antioxidants that are found almost nowhere else. Anthocyanins, which act as pigments to give berries their deep color, are a major component of the phenolic/flavonoid class. Raspberries phytonutrients lower oxidative stress which comes from cigarette smoke, environmental pollution, high levels of stress, UV exposure, medications and more causing many diseases and conditions people suffer with. Recent research shows that anthocyanins act as antioxidants, providing many potential health benefits; such as treatment for anemia, heart disease, regulating blood sugar associated with diabetes, respiratory problems associated with colds and flu, improving circulation, helping the body ward off sickness, preventing cancer, and retarding the effects of aging, particularly loss of memory and even weight loss. Red raspberries are known to help reduce inflammation and relieve pain associated with gout, arthritis and other inflammatory joint conditions. The leaves from Red Raspberries can be used to treat skin rashes. The phytonutrients in Red Red Raspberries phytonutrients like ellagitannins may decrease cancer cell numbers by sending signals to potential or existing cancer cells that encourage the cancer cells to begin a cycle of programmed cell death (apoptosis). Phytonutrients in raspberries may be able to trigger signals that encourage the non-cancerous cells to remain non-cancerous.