Les Sinclair

Ladies, eat your berries!
Ladies, eat your berries!

It’s the berry benefit. Women who eat three or more servings a week of blueberries and/or strawberries are significantly less likely to have a heart attack than women who don’t says HealthDay News. It the high level of a compound called anthocyann in just one up one cup. It may help widen arteries, which counters the buildup of plaque.  These anthocyanins are naturally present in other red- and blue-colored fruits and vegetables too, like: cherries, grapes, eggplant, black currants, plums and other berries.

http://consumer.healthday.com/vitamins-and-nutritional-information-27/antioxidants-news-32/berries-may-cut-heart-attack-risk-in-women-study-says-672494.html

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