The wild blueberry - underestimated cell protection?
What makes blueberries so valuable in blueantox®?
Dear friends of chronic health,
the most important ingredient is the love we invest in manufacture, production, logistics and in every single glass of blueantox®.
Without passion and a bit of madness, the essence of the wild blueberry in blueantox® would not have been discovered.
AND not without you, dear readers, loyal customers, valued critics and friends of chronic health. Without YOU , yes, you read that right. I could never write these lines without your trust .
You, dear friends of blueberries and chronic health, have repeatedly given me the confidence to continue over the past few years.
This is not easy in these strong times. Supply chains break, energy prices rise and the world seems crazy .
I am not deterred by this and continue to invest in the power of blueantox® blueberries and in my daily patient discussions.
Your positive experiences, including valuable criticism, spur us on to continue so that nothing stands in the way of our chronic health.
For that I say THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart and look forward to feedback or orders at www.blueantox.com.
Yours , Jutta Suffner
The ingredients of the wild blueberry , also known as bilberry or forest berry, are very valuable due to their numerous health-promoting properties.
One of the most important properties of wild blueberries is their high antioxidant content. Antioxidants protect the body from free radical damage that can result from pollution, stress or poor diet. Among other things, the antioxidant effect of the blueberry can help to reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases, cancer and neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's.
The wild blueberries also contain many vitamins and minerals such as vitamin C, vitamin K and manganese. They're also high in fiber, which aids digestion and can reduce the risk of digestive problems like constipation.
Another valuable component of wild blueberries are anthocyanins. These natural dyes give the berry its distinctive blue color and have anti-inflammatory properties. Anthocyanins may also help improve cognitive function and memory.
In summary, the wild blueberry is very valuable for our health due to its high content of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and fiber, as well as its anti-inflammatory effects and positive effects on memory and cognitive functions.