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The advantages of berries

...ies. The researchers think that compounds in the berries can mop up free radicals - groups of atoms produce... range of beneficial compounds - compared to other berries and fruits. They are full of anthocyanins, which give them their dark colour, phenols like ellagic a...

Poisoning by fruits similar to blackberries

...in western Mediterranean area. Both the leaves and berries of C. myrtifolia are known to be neurotoxic.// Thi...year-old boy ingested an unknown quantity of black berries from a plant growing wild in the region around Perpignan, France. One half hour after ingesting the ...

Compound In Grapes And Red Wine To Counter Alzheimer's Disease

... in abundance in several plants, including grapes, berries and peanuts, and is found in high concentrations in red wines. The researchers from the Litwin-Zucker Research Center for the Study of Alzheimer's Disease and Memory Disorders in Manhasset, New York administered resveratrol to cells, which produce ...

High Dietary Fiber Reduce The Risk Of Heart Disease

... CRP levels. Foods like oatmeal, beans, apples and berries contain high levels of soluble fiber whereas foods like whole grains and many vegetables contain high levels of insoluble fiber. The nutritional functionalities of both fibers are different, but both are important. Researchers do not know how to e...

Freeze-dried fruits: Berry Berry Good!

...y also discovered that the powdered version of the berries have shown positive indications of preventing tumo...d in the development of an aerosol spray made from berries to be tested in lung cancer studies....

Mental Health Benefitted by Eating Berries

Tests on mice have revealed that eating berries may be good for mental health although scientists ...the health of the brain of the rats that had eaten berries showed some improvement. The research team led by Shukitt-Hale, however, does not advocate any par...

Emboldened Warriors-Cancer Fighting Foods

...l trials are now underway to determine whether the berries will prevent the development of esophageal and colon cancer in humans, says study leader Gary D. Stoner, Ph.D., a researcher and professor of internal medicine at the university. Blueberries contain chemical that may help prevent colon cancer — A ...

Eat Berries, Prevent Colon Cancer

... 'This study underscores the need to include more berries in the diet, especially blueberries,' says study leader Bandaru Reddy, Ph.D., a professor in the Department of Chemical Biology at Rutgers in Piscataway, N.J. Although the blueberry compound won’t cure colon cancer, it represents a potential new and ...

Serving Strawberry in Daiquiri Makes It Healthier

...m Thailand and the US discovered that treating the berries with alcohol led to an increase in antioxidant cap...ty within the fruit. While such a boost helped the berries resist decay, the same compounds would also be expected to make the strawberries healthier to eat. ...

Study Confirms Health Benefits of Whole Grains

... rice, popcorn, oatmeal, brown rice, barley, wheat berries and flours such as whole wheat. In addition to protecting against cardiovascular disease, which accounts for one-third of deaths worldwide, there is evidence that whole grains also project against diabetes and other chronic conditions. "Years ago...

Elderberry A Natural Boost to Skin

...ns condition is improved by a compound which gives berries their vibrant colour (called anthocyanin). In a 12-week trial starting in September, post-menopausal women will consume either extracts from elderberries or placebo capsules, and will have their skins structure and appearance measured with state-of...

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