ᴥ The Glazed ᴥ Vaccinium myrtillus, Blueberry ᴥ Lofty 3

1Il mirtillo, blueberry, Vaccinium myrtillus, is one of the richest natural sources of anthocyanins [1]. Tali sostanze sono recognized as beneficial for modern human eye health [2], infatti anthocyanin-rich berries, and the anthocyanosides from berries are currently used in ophthalmology for their capacity to improve vision and prevent diabetic retinopathy [2].

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Il frutto è una bacca nero-azzurrognola dal sapore leggermente acidulo.

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2Blueberries can be enjoyed in all sorts of ways: juiced, blended, raw in salads, as a snack, or cooked.


Giovanna Masini



[1] Wing-kwan Chu, Sabrina C. M. Cheung, Roxanna A. W. Lau, Iris F. F. Benzie, Bilberry,3 Chapter 4, Herbal Medicine: Biomolecular and Clinical Aspects, 2nd edition, 2011

[2] Wuyang Huang, Zheng Yan, Dajing Li, Yanhong Ma, Jianzhong Zhou, Zhongguan Sui, Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory effects of blueberry anthocyanins on high glucose-induced human retinal capillary endothelial cells, “Oxidative medicine and cellular longevity”, 2018;1862462



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