Three of the Less Popular Benefits of Wild Alaskan Blueberries



When grown in its natural habitat, the blueberry thrives to offer heaps of health benefits for the body. Often known as king of superfoods when it comes to its antioxidants, the wild blueberry helps the body fight different health issues and diseases most typically found in the general population.

It’s common knowledge that cultivated blueberry has a soaring antioxidant level. However, this anti-oxidant property that fights cancer-causing free o2 radicals and its other benefits fall quite way too short compared to that of the uncultivated equal, the Wild Alaskan blueberries. Researchers found that Wild Alaskan blueberry carries three to five times tougher anti-oxidant activity when compared with harvested blueberries., making it one of the most powerful nutritionally packed berry in the entire planet.

Other than its cancer-fighting capacity, the Wild Alaskan blueberry also has 3 less known benefits that can help us achieve the finest physical condition. These benefits include:

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Kyani: A New Cure for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome?

Some thoughts about polycystic ovary syndrome, a cause of metabolic syndrome and obesity.


Do you have polycystic ovary syndrome? Are you looking for a way to finally cure yourself from this health problem and live a healthier life without this disease?

Many women in the world are suffering from the polycystic ovary syndrome. In fact, approximately 15 to 20 percent of the female population have this problem, according to a study published by Clinical Epidemiology.

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