Portuguese Blueberry Shows Potent Anti-Inflammatory Effect in Colitis Animal Model

Portuguese Blueberry Shows Potent Anti-Inflammatory Effect in Colitis Animal Model
An active ingredient of a specific type of Portuguese blueberry shows increased anti-inflammatory effects in the intestines of an animal model with colitis when compared to mesalamine (5-ASA), a common drug used by inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patients, new research shows. The study, “Comparison of anti-inflammatory activities of an anthocyanin-rich fraction from Portuguese blueberries (Vaccinium

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5 comments

      • Mehul says:

        Hi larry, can u tell me more about your disease..because i m being diagnosed recently with UC grade 2…bit scared…im looking for long term treatment options…good to know about your good health.

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