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Health effects of berries - Studies and Articles

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Puupponen-Pimiä R. et al.2001. Antimicrobial properties of phenolic compounds from berries. J. Appl. Microbiol. 90: 494-507.

Kähkönen M. et al. 2003. Berry anthocyanins: isolation and antioxidant activities. J. Agric. Food Chem. 83:1403-1411.

Nohynek L. J. et al. 2006. Berry phenolics: antimicrobial properties and mechanisms of action against severe human pathogens. Nutr. Cancer 54: 18-32.

Misikangas M. et al 2007. Three nordic berries inhibit intestinal tumorigenesis in multiple intestinal neoplasia/+ mice by modulating beta-catenin signaling in the tumor and transcription in the mucosa. J. Nutr. 137: 2285-2290.

Kähkönen M. et al. 2012. Antioxidant activity of isolated ellagitannins from red raspberries and cloudberries. J. Agric. Food. Chem. 60: 1167-1674

Stoner G. D. and Seeram N. P. 2011. Berries and Cancer Prevention. A book, 303 p. Springer, New York.

Zhang H.-M. 2014. Research progress on the anticarsinogenic actions and mechanisms of ellagic acid. Cancer Biol. Med. 11:92-100.

Jiang F. et al. 2017. Flavonoids from sea buckthorn inhibit the lipopolysaccharide induced inflammatory response in RAW264.7 macrophages through the MAPK and NF-kB pathways. Food Funct. 22:1313-1322.

Päivärinta E. et al. 2017. Changes in intestinal, gut microbiota, and expression of energy metabolism-related genes explain adenoma growth in bilberry and cloudberry-fed ApcMin Mice. Nutr. Res. 36: 1285-1297.

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Links to additional researches , summaries made by
Arctic Flavours Association

Berry polyphenols have beneficial effects on learning and memory Link

European consumers favour fruits, berries and vegetables as healthy food Link

Higher intake of flavonoids may contribute to weight maintenance Link

Accosiation between dietary factors and mortality from heart disease, stroke, and 2 diabetes Link

Flavonoid-rich diet affects positively the body composition of women Link

Higher intakes of anthocyanins and flavanones are associated with a lower risk of myocardial infarct Link

Flavonoid intakes linked to lower depression risk for women Link

Association between an anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant dietary pattern and diabetes Link

Quercetin in berries reduces blood pressure Link

Ellagitannins in cancer chemoprevention Link

Metabolism of polyphenols from dietary exposure to urinary metabolites Link

Men should eat berries for erectile dysfunctio Link

Evaluation of bilberry and cowberry yield models Link

Bilberries have beneficial effects on cardiovascular risk reduction Link

Effects of acute blueberry flavonoids on mood in children and young adults Link

Cloudberry reduces tumor growth and cancer cell motility Link

A diet rich in cloudberries may prevent colorectal cancerLink

Postprandial glucose, insulin, and free fatty acid response to sucrose consumed with blackcurrants Link

The fiber and/or polyphenols present in lingonberries null the glycemic effect of the sugars present Link

Crowberry flavonoids and their health promoting activity Link