Strawberry is known as the "queen of fruits" because of its rich nutritional value. It is rich in vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin PP, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, carotene, tannic acid, aspartic acid, copper, strawberry amine, pectin, cellulose, folic acid, iron, calcium, ellagic acid and anthocyanin.
Especially the content of vitamin C is 7-10 times higher than that of apples and grapes. The contents of malic acid, citric acid, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, carotene, calcium, phosphorus and iron were also three to four times higher than those of apples, pears and grapes.
Strawberry is rich in carotene and vitamin A, which can alleviate night blindness, maintain the health of epithelial tissue, nourish the liver and promote growth and development.
Strawberry is rich in dietary fiber, which can promote peristalsis of gastrointestinal tract, promote food digestion in gastrointestinal tract, improve constipation and prevent acne and intestinal cancer.