Dr Oz Cancer Fighting Supplement: Black Raspberry

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On Dr Oz show, Dr Lindsey Duncan (naturopathic doctor and certified nutritionist) reveals why black raspberry is his favourite cancer-fighting supplement. He takes it every day without fail.

How Does Black Raspberry Differ From Other Berries?

The main differences are in their colour and micronutrient content.

Black raspberry is high in antioxidants, anthocyanins and ellagic acid.

Anthocyanin is found in the colour pigmentation of black raspberry. It is a healing compound that is anti-inflammatory, supports immunity, eyes, brain function and healthy blood pressure. Black raspberries contain several hundred times more anthocyanins than most other berries.

Black raspberries have high ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorption Capacity), about 3 times more than that of blueberries. This is a measurement of its ability to scavenge and neutralise free radicals that cause premature ageing, inflammation and diseases.

Ellagic acid has antibacterial and antiviral properties to support immunity.

Black Raspberry Health Benefits

Support:
– healthy vision and eyes
– heart health
– memory and brain function
– healthy blood pressure
– immune function

Black Raspberry & Cancer

Dr Lindsey said that the active compounds in black raspberry may help prevent oesophagal and cervical cancer.

How to Choose a High Quality Black Raspberry Supplement?

Look for black raspberries that are freeze-dried to lock in the freshness and nutrients.

Recommended Dosage

Take 300 mg, twice a day.

Dr Lindsey said that 1 capsule of 300 mg is equivalent to 4 cups of black raspberries.

Where to Buy Black Raspberry Supplement

Fresh freeze-dried black raspberry capsules –> Available here
Fresh freeze-dried black raspberry powder –> Available here

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