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Wild blueberry juice provides cardioprotective effects for people at risk for type-2 diabetes.
Written by Ralph Flores
Blueberries aren't just for sweet cheesecakes; it can also protect the heart of people who may have had too much of it. A study published in BMC Nutrition revealed that wild blueberry juice has cardioprotective effects which can improve the condition of people with type-2 diabetes. The study, led by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and researchers from the State University of New York and the University of Prince Edward Island, used a randomized, single-blind human intervention to determine the effects of wild blueberry juice when consumed.
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