Black Raspberries

February 17, 2012 by staff 

Black Raspberries, Pure Health, a leading online provider of pure, authentic superfruit supplements, launched today a new fresh freeze dried 100 percent pure Black Raspberry capsule supplement. Every 300 milligram (mg) vegetarian capsule contains only fresh freeze dried Black Raspberry with absolutely nothing else added and delivers the nutritional equivalent of four large cups of fresh Black Raspberries picked straight from the farm!

“Additionally, because it’s loaded with so many antioxidants and other vital nutrients, it could be beneficial for everything from fighting wrinkles to boosting brain health, I recommend everyone take at least two 300 mg capsules per day as part of their health routine.”

Black Raspberries have antioxidant levels that far surpass most other berries, which is why they are thought to be incredible for supporting cancer prevention, cardio health, premature aging and brain health. The dark, rich vibrant color of Black Raspberries is due to the extremely high levels of an antioxidant compound called anthocyanins. While these anthocyanins also provide the dark pigmentation of blueberries and blackberries, Black Raspberries have shown to have as much as 300 percent higher antioxidant levels than any other berry.

Recent studies at Ohio State University demonstrated that Black Raspberry is very promising for preventing and fighting cancer. In fact, studies have shown that it can help defeat esophageal cancer by up to 80 percent and colon cancer by as much as 60 percent in animals. Black Raspberry also contains ellagic acid, which is a compound that stimulates natural enzymes to help fight carcinogens in the body. These compounds are also known to be antiviral and antibacterial, which is another reason why daily Black Raspberry supplementation is recommended by several of the country’s leading nutritionists.

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