ORGANIC RASPBERRY POWDER – CONCENTRATED – 25 SERVINGS – SERVING EQUALS 1 TBSP
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Organic Raspberry Powder – Concentrated – 25 servings – serving equals 1 TBSP
Simply Clean and Health. Look at all of the benefits:
*As per the American Institute for Cancer Research, raspberries are rich in ellagic acid, which has displayed the ability to prevent various cancers These include cancers of the skin, lung, bladder, breast, and esophagus. This is because ellagic acid has been found to utilize various cancer-fighting methods at once. Ellagic acid acts as an antioxidant, deactivates specific carcinogens, and slows down the reproduction of certain cancer cells. As per an American study, red raspberries have a minor role to play in treating cancers of the stomach and colon. They were also found to inhibit the growth of cervical cancer cells. In fact, raspberries have 40% more antioxidant content than blueberries and strawberries (fruits considered among the best for cancer prevention). Studies have also shown that raspberry extract may prevent the migration of tumor into the lymph system.
Being rich in fiber, these berries help maintain heart health. One cup of raspberries contains 8 grams of fiber. Another reason raspberries are great for the heart is, yes, anthocyanins. Berry fruits are one of the few foods that contain anthocyanins in both the skin and the flesh.
Research data states that a mere intake of 0.2 milligrams of anthocyanins per day can significantly reduce the risk of heart disease in postmenopausal women. These compounds play a pivotal role in reducing oxidative damage and inflammation related to cardiovascular disease . In fact, raspberries contain other bioactive polyphenols that help reduce the risk of heart disease.
In one Canadian study, the intake of raspberry extract lowered blood pressure levels in lab rats indicating similar possibilities in humans. Low blood pressure levels reduce heart disease risk. In fact, the importance of raspberries for the heart is felt not only now, but since the 18th century when herbalists and other physicians considered the fruit ideal to prevent the disease.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.