Bio Berries (6gx30's)

Bio Berries (6gx30's)

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Berry polyphenols

Free Radical Slayer

The active ingredient molecules in the berries are very small(300BTU), and the absorption rate of the human body is very high, that is, theyare not afraid of heat or acid. They can move freely in our blood, intercellular,and extracellular substance, to catch free radicals that are scatteredeverywhere.

 

🌱GeneralHealth Benefits & Clinical Application / Medical Studies

Super activeanti-oxidation function, protect cells

Skrovankova, Sona, et al. "Bioactive compounds andantioxidant activity in different types of berries." International journalof molecular sciences 16.10 (2015): 24673-24706.

Prevent DNA damages

Del Bo, Cristian, et al. "A single portion of blueberry(Vaccinium corymbosum L) improves protection against DNA damage but notvascular function in healthy male volunteers." Nutrition research 33.3(2013): 220-227.

Improve insulin sensitivity and prevent diabetes

Stull, April J., et al. "Bioactives in blueberries improveinsulin sensitivity in obese, insulin-resistant men and women." TheJournal of nutrition 140.10 (2010): 1764-1768.

Reduce inflammation and relieve chronic diseases

Joseph, Shama V., Indika Edirisinghe, and Britt M.Burton-Freeman. "Berries: anti-inflammatory effects in humans."Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 62.18 (2014): 3886-3903.

Reduce cholesterol

Jeong, Han Saem, et al. "Effects of black raspberry onlipid profiles and vascular endothelial function in patients with metabolicsyndrome." Phytotherapy research 28.10 (2014): 1492-1498.

Prevent arteriosclerosis

Basu, Arpita, et al. "Strawberries decrease atheroscleroticmarkers in subjects with metabolic syndrome." Nutrition research 30.7(2010): 462-469.

Reduce the risk of coronary heart disease

Basu, Arpita, et al. "Blueberries decrease cardiovascularrisk factors in obese men and women with metabolic syndrome." The Journalof nutrition 140.9 (2010): 1582-1587.

Protects skin from UV rays damages and strengthens skin collagen structure

Bae, JiYoung, et al."Dietary compound ellagic acid alleviates skin wrinkle and inflammationinduced by UVB irradiation."Experimental dermatology 19.8 (2010): e182-e190.

Casto, Bruce C., et al. "Chemopreventionof oral cancer by lyophilized strawberries." Anticancer research 33.11(2013): 4757-4766.

Ravoori, Srivani, et al. "Inhibition of estrogen-mediatedmammary tumorigenesis by blueberry and black raspberry." Journal ofagricultural and food chemistry 60.22 (2012): 5547-5555.

Wang, Li-Shu, et al. "Modulation of genetic and epigeneticbiomarkers of colorectal cancer in humans by black raspberries: a phase I pilotstudy." Clinical Cancer Research 17.3 (2011): 598-610.

Prevention andtreatment for esophageal cancer, oral cancer, breast cancer, intestinal cancer,etc.

Wang, Li-Shu, et al. "Anthocyanins in black raspberriesprevent esophageal tumors in rats." Cancer prevention research 2.1 (2009):84-93.

Casto, Bruce C., et al. "Chemoprevention of oral cancer bylyophilized strawberries." Anticancer research 33.11 (2013): 4757-4766.

Ravoori, Srivani, et al. "Inhibition of estrogen-mediatedmammary tumorigenesis by blueberry and black raspberry." Journal ofagricultural and food chemistry 60.22 (2012): 5547-5555.

Wang, Li-Shu, et al. "Modulation of genetic and epigeneticbiomarkers of colorectal cancer in humans by black raspberries: a phase I pilotstudy." Clinical Cancer Research 17.3 (2011): 598-610.

 

💡Did YouKnow

According to calculations by experts, if you consume an averageof 5 units of fruits and vegetables per day, you can only ingest as high as1600 ORAC in value. However, if you want to achieve high levels of anti-agingand anti-diseases results, the consumption of ORAC should be increased to morethan 10,000 in order to experience the beauty of anti-aging. Basic diet alonecannot reach such a high ORAC value.

 

Frequent Asked Questions

Q: What is ORAC Value?

A: ORAC is an abbreviation of Oxygen RadicalAbsorbance Capacity, which is also called "antioxidant capacity", andis usually used to calculate the antioxidant capacity of food or medicine. Thehigher the ORAC value, the stronger the antioxidant capacity.

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