Blackberries is not just a phone but a cancer helper
Blackberries are a diverse group of species and hybrids in the genus Rubus. They are members of the Rosaceae family, closely related to strawberry in the subfamily Rosoideae. Rubus is one of the most diverse flowering plants in the world. Blackberries are native to Asia, Europe, North and South America. However, blackberries grown in specific regions are largely derived from species indigenous to that region. Blackberries have been used in Europe for over 2000 years, for eating, medicinal purposes, and as hedges to keep out intruder at bay.
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Blackberry has potent antioxidant, antiproliferative, and anti-inflammatory activities. Cyanidin-3-glucoside a compound found in blackberry was shown to possess chemopreventive and chemotherapeutic activity. Treatment with cyanidin 3-glucoside resulted in a strong inhibitory effect on cancer cell growth. Mechanistic studies indicated that this phytochemical inhibited migration and invasion from lung cancer. There is about 20 cancer research publications so far on blackberry or one of his phytochemicals.
1/2 cup. That about 8 to 10 berries. You rince them under water and eat them raw. there are great for breakfast in your cereal or has your 3 o’clock munch.
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Bonus: metastatic cancer inhibitor