The best choice is in that little berry
The blueberry of the genus Vaccinium, is a native American species. In fact, the blueberry is one of North America’s three native fruits, with cranberry and concord grape, that are commercially grown.
Like it used to be
For centuries, Northeast Native American tribes gathered them from the forests and consumed them fresh or preserved. The blossom, at end of each berry, forms in the shape of a star. The elders told stories of how the Great Spirit sent the star berries to relieve their children from hunger. Blueberries were also used for medicinal purposes along with the leaves and roots. A tea made from the leaves was good for the blood and the blueberry juice was used to treat coughs.
Latest cancer researches
These are about 39 publications on blueberry and cancer. Blueberry induces apoptosis even in late stage prostate cancer cells. 13 articles on apoptosis feature the effect on various type of cancer. This molecule possesses important anti-angiogenic properties; however only 2 articles had shown it. Delphinidin, present in pigmented fruits also possesses potent anti-proliferation and anti-inflammatory properties. This functional food is a must eat choice.
Types of Cancer targeted
Posologie (daily diet)
1/2 a cup; about 20 cultivated berries or 40 wild berries. You can eat them raw, add them to your breakfast and even cook with your meat.
Cancer Protection Level