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blueberry,

n Latin name:
Vaccinium angustifolium; part used: fruit; uses: antioxidant, diabetes, cancer prevention; precautions: none known.
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Furthermore, the venture will speed up the delivery of the much-anticipated next generation of OZblu blueberries, which are even firmer and crunchier and most importantly, have great flavour, delivering an unparalleled and consistent blueberry eating experience to end consumers.
New research shows consuming blueberry extract while on treatment may have a positive outcome.
Pink Lemonade' is a beautiful pink blueberry and planting another genetically related blueberry next to it works wonders.
The participants were placed into two groups: one group ate a placebo powder once a day for 16 weeks, while the other consumed a freeze-dried blueberry powder (equivalent to a single cup of berries).
Give these tasty tots a try in salads, cereals, yogurts, or smoothies; bake them into flaky scones or quick breads; or mix them into a turkey burger adorned with blueberry ketchup
Blueberry growers prune their bushes annually to remove old growth, rejuvenate the bushes, and balance fruit load.
Al Bahri added: "Our company will become one of the top blueberry growers in the world.
FRISCO, Texas -- Natural hair care brand Curls recently announced the extension of its Blueberry Bliss collection of hair care products formulated to maximize and maintain hair growth.
The researchers wanted to determine the consumer's knowledge about blueberry health benefits and see if there is a knowledge gap with blueberry health benefits among demographic groups, Medical Xpress reported.
The 251st National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society was the site of a presentation concerning improved cognitive function in association with blueberry consumption among individuals with mild cognitive impairment.
But we are able to say blueberry consumption may lower the risk of developing breast cancer at the population level, she wrapped up.
Tumours found in animals that received blueberries with fibre included (in pomace form), were smaller and less aggressive than in animals without blueberry consumption or in animals that received just blueberry juice.