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Blackcurrants can Protect from Heart Disease, Cancer

...shows latest research. Blackcurrant is a type of berry native to central and northern Europe and northern Asia. Scientists have found that the common or garden blackcurrant is more nutritious than other fruits like apples, strawberries, mangoes or bananas. Scientists compared the properties of 20 popu...

Serving Strawberry in Daiquiri Makes It Healthier

...erent laboratory tests for antioxidant. Coloured berry fruits like strawberries contain compounds known as polyphenols and anthocyanins. Consumption of these compounds has been linked to the prevention of diseases ranging from cancer to neurodegenerative disorders. They work by helping to mop up damaging...

Berries Boosts Brain Power: Study

...esearch Service (ARS) funded research suggest that berry extracts may protect damages to brain functions//....hers found that laboratory animals, which were fed berry extracts and then treated to accelerate the aging process, were protected from damage to brain funct...

Mental Health Benefitted by Eating Berries

... however, does not advocate any particular type of berry as benefiting the brain the most. Shukitt-Hale said, "Berries vary in their nutrient mixes and may have different brain effects, but that`s not certain yet." In the online edition of the journal Neurobiology of Aging The researchers report that d...

Freeze-dried fruits: Berry Berry Good!

...e University, explained how the whole freeze-dried berry is better off than the extracts because they contain vitamin C, E and folic acid. Dr. Stoner Gary also discovered that the powdered version of the berries have shown positive indications of preventing tumors of the colon. Human trials on this have ...

Raspberries Are Richer In Anti-Oxidants Than Tomatoes Or Broccoli

... the anti-oxidant capacity remains. Processing the berry into jams may alter some of the anti-oxidants, but most of the valuable compounds remain, the researchers say....

Ginseng aids Diabetes

...go extracted the key component in ginseng from the berry of the plant to determine if mice had a positive effect on diabetic symptoms. Mice that were genetically engineered to have type 2 diabetes received injections of the substance daily for 10 days. They were then compared to mice that didn't receive th...

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