Why the wild blueberry?
What is the difference between WILD blueberries and CULTURE blueberries and blueberries?
Cultivated blueberries, as the name suggests, are grown in a CULTURE. This means that you are cared for and cared for and do not have to make the slightest effort to defy enemies and storms.
The result: why should they form antibodies? They are cared for and cared for. And here we are with the difference to WILD blueberries.
As the name suggests, these grow in the WILD nature. They are exposed to environmental influences and have to protect themselves against predators and all kinds of small animals.
The result: They form DEFENSES, which are mainly located in the shell. These defensive substances, including the so-called anthocyanins, can be used positively by us humans.
In general, some facts about wild blueberries, which unfortunately no longer exist in this variety in our regions:
Rich in Antioxidants : Wild blueberries and bilberries are high in antioxidants like anthocyanins and vitamin C, which can fight free radicals in the body. Free radicals are molecules that can cause damage in the body and have been linked to various diseases such as cancer and heart disease.
Anti-inflammatory : Anthocyanins in blueberries and bilberries can reduce inflammation in the body. Inflammation is linked to various chronic diseases, including arthritis, cancer, and heart disease.
Protection Against Heart Disease : Blueberries and wild blueberries are high in flavonoids, which may lower the risk of heart disease. One study found that eating blueberries may lower the risk of cardiovascular disease (1).
Improving Cognitive Function : There is some evidence that eating blueberries and blueberries can improve cognitive function, particularly those related to memory. One study found that blueberries may improve brain function in older adults (2).
Lowering Blood Sugar Levels : Blueberries and bilberries contain natural sugars and fiber that can stabilize blood sugar levels and reduce the risk of diabetes.
Overall, wild blueberries and bilberries are an excellent source of antioxidants, flavonoids, and other nutrients that may provide numerous health benefits. There are many ways to include them in your diet, such as as a snack, in smoothies, or as an ingredient in desserts and salads.
Wild European blueberries are one of nature's superfoods - packed with powerful antioxidants that may help reduce inflammation in the body and fight free radicals that can cause damage at the cellular level. Wild blueberry extract also contains vitamin C, which supports collagen production and keeps skin elasticity intact, as well as magnesium, which plays an important role in muscle contraction and relaxation and supports physical performance during sports or daily activities.
We have developed a wild blueberry extract, which is equipped with over 25% anthocyanins in a special extraction process. This has been laboratory tested and also tested in an independent study by the University of Münster.
About the inventor of blueantox
Dipl. Ing. (bio-med) Jutta Suffner
Jutta Suffner has been drawn to medicine since she was a child. After training as a medical-technical radiology assistant, she completed a degree in biomedicine and researched neurodegenerative diseases using magnetic resonance imaging in Canada. In Europe, the author worked for a world-renowned company in the field of ultrasound diagnostics for more than two decades.
Then, in her early 30s, she received a horrific diagnosis and was hospitalized for almost a year. The prospects of delayed viral myocarditis were bleak and the beginning of nearly seven years of transformation and recovery. So she started researching again and found that the attitude to life, the lifestyle and other natural products can help for a faster healing process. Additional training as an alternative practitioner and research into a natural food supplement have accompanied her to her current vision that dying healthy is possible.