The therapeutic effects of blueberry bio :
• Promotes eye health, improves vision
• Rich in antioxidants
• healing properties
• Prevention of heart attacks, strokes
• Regulates blood sugar
• Relieves digestive disorders
• Strengthen the immune system
• Against Alzheimer's and memory loss
Bilberry contains antioxidants (carotenoids), useful for the organism flavonoids to slow cellular aging.
Bilberry is also used to improve vision. slow the aging eye.
Blueberry, fruit and leaves, is somewhat effective for the metabolism of fats and carbohydrates and assimilation of sugars in the digestive tract.
Blueberries, also known as blueberries, are small berries of blue-purple color, derived from a perennial. This fruit is known for centuries for its use in herbal medicine.
Rich in polyphenols, bilberry has exceptional virtues to support visual comfort. Bilberry helps to improve night vision, ie it helps adjusting the fastest vision in case of darkness.
Bilberry is known for its beneficial effect on the eyes and vision, it allows a good recovery in visual overwork (computer) and improves safety during night driving vehicles ...
The leaves and fruit of blueberries inhibit the attacks of germs and microorganisms in the urinary tract, they strengthen capillaries by increasing the permeability of small vessels ..
They also contribute to lower sugar levels in the blood and reduce the effects of inflammatory mucosal process.
It was recently realized neuroprotective effects of Bilberry, contributing to the prevention of cancer and degenerative diseases. Numerous studies conducted in 2005 also stated that bilberry helps slow the loss of brain function caused by aging or diseases such as Alzheimer's.
Following studies in patients, Conclusive results were also obtained on diabetes, with blueberry leaves. Their hypoglycemic effect is due, again, antioxidants pigments they contain.
Blueberry leaf, oval and pointed shape, such as fruit contains in its composition flavanniques polyphenols.
These flavanoids give it a vitamin P activity interesting.
They increase capillary resistance, regulate their permeability, while being anti-inflammatory.
Condensed tannins are astringent and angioprotecteurs.
All these properties can effectively combine the blueberry leaf in the microcirculation problems.
It is interesting to note hypoglycemic action on small forms of non-insulin dependent diabetes and effectively lower LDL cholesterol.
Indeed, blueberries contain an antioxidant, pterostilbene, which acts by regulating blood sugar and could help people with type 2 diabetes.
Through their anthocyanins, blueberries, blackberries or goji berries and acai delay cognitive aging brain and mental decline.