Blueberries are a miraculous natural medicine

(Natural News) Blueberries are miraculous natural medicine. If they were prescription medications, they would be called a “miracle” health breakthrough and an unprecedented milestone in medical science. Yet you can get them without a prescription, without a visit to the doctor and without “permission” from your health insurance provider.

And unlike toxic prescription medications, blueberries are incredibly delicious. Just be sure to buy organic, since you don’t want to poison your body with toxic pesticides used on non-organic blueberries. (Read Blueberries.news for more coverage of the health benefits of this amazing superfruit…)

As I explain in the studio video below, blueberries provide astonishing health benefits that no drug can match. These benefits include:

  • Provides nutrients such as 36% of the daily recommended intake of Vitamin K, 25% of manganese and 24% of vitamin C
  • They’re low in cholesterol, low in sodium and low in saturated fat
  • They reduce your risk of heart attacks by 32%
  • They’re great for your brain; just 30 ml of juice has been found to improve cognitive function and prevent memory loss
  • Consuming just two servings per week was found to restore brain functionequivalent to being 2 1/2 years younger
  • They support friendly bacteria in your gut
  • They’re also a great source of fiber, which improves digestive health

Watch my full news video for more details:

SOURCE:

https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-09-23-if-blueberries-were-pharmaceuticals-they-would-hailed-the-greatest-miracle-health-breakthrough.html

5 thoughts on “Blueberries are a miraculous natural medicine”

  1. similar topic …. off-beat –

    “So, I really didn’t know very much about it, and I did intensive research on the Internet. And I came upon a little, tiny paragraph which said, the brain naturally produces dopamine in the gamma level of brain activity. Bang! Suddenly I got the answer to what had happened to [ Parkinson’s sufferer] Mary. She had experienced a huge burst of gamma when she was in the [ crop circle] Torus Knot, which had stimulated her dopamine naturally, which in turn had resulted in her shaking stopping for a period of time. (Synthetic dopamine is the chemical substitute given to Parkinson’s sufferers to replace the natural dopamine.)”

    from – lecture by Lucy Pringle – Center for Crop Circle Studies, and a pioneer researcher into the effects of electromagnetic fields on living systems.
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