Berries are known for their deliciously sweet and tart flavors. Many studies have also shown that these superfruits reign supreme for a reason.
According to two decades of research, berries possess cancer-preventive properties. Their high content of potent antioxidants helps protect cells from damage that can cause cancer.
Additionally, berries have positive effects on genes linked to inflammation, reducing it and helping to prevent the growth and spread of cancer.
Dr. Gary Stoner from the Medical College of Wisconsin has studied the many ways berries help prevent cancer for more than 20 years. Data from his research has revealed that a diet of freeze-dried strawberries or black raspberries can help inhibit esophageal cancer by up to 70 percent in rats. Read more…