Blackberries find out the fantabulous new discovery of these black beauties…..

Theres been a fantabulous new discovery on these black beautys, they are now found to help reduce the risk of Parkinson’s disease. Blackberries are high in Vitamin C, A,  E,  K, Manganese, Fiber, Ellargic and Salicylic acid

Some more amazing benefits include


Natural Pain Relief due to Salicylic Acid, assisting high fevers and bodily pains

Menopause A natural source of estrogen occuring in plants that may relieve hot flashes and pre menstrual tension

Immunity containing twice as much vitamin c as blue berries these babies are superior for strengthening the immune system

Digestion High fiber content assists speeding up this process

Eye sight Ultra violet radiation damages sight but the Lutien contained in blackberries will help fight that for you

Cancer prevention Lung and skin cancer are defended due to the presence of flavonoids. Blackberries contain plant-based anti oxidants called anthocyanins which prevent tumour growth

Fertility Folate is essential for healthy development of babies, blackberries contain plenty

memory retention due to anthocyanins

Blackberries are rich in ellagic acid. Ellagic acid is a phenolic compound known to be a potent anticarcinogenic, anti-viral and anti-bacterial.They may prevent esophageal cancer, breast and cervical cancer, helps reduce intestinal disorders,diabetes, heart disease and possibly Alzheimer’s

Weight loss

Low Calorie 1 cup is only 3 percent of the recommended standard daily calorie intake

High Fiber  pectin aids good digestion, inturn assists weight loss

Food Cravings and Bloating Phytoestrogens can help relieve  these symptoms of pms

Sweet Cravings can be assisted by eating these in place of packaged sweets, assisting a healthy weightloss management plan


Wound healing is assisted by the tannin present in these berries, assisting the fibers in the tissue to tighten and constrict blood vessels


Fantastic Raw, why not use them in Savoury salads?? they add excellent colour aswell as flavour

As a fantastic sauce with game meats including quail, duck, pigeon and venison

Marinate them with your favorite fortified wine and serve with fresh ricotta for a dessert with difference

Serve a Blackberry butter with orange, and five spice on a piece of seared salmon

Set them in a Tapioca Jelly for a delicious low cal treat or a Blackberry meringue pie

“Go on get out there and find an unsprayed blackberry bush, get some fresh air, exercise and have some fun with friends while you do your health a favour”


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  1. Parkinson’s disease (PD), a neurodegenerative disease of the substantia nigra, was first discovered and its symptoms documented in 1817. This discovery and docomentation was by British physician Dr. James Parkinson. It wasn’t until the 1960’s that the associated biochemical changes in the brain of patients were able to be identified. Although many genes have recently been identified, there are still several others that remain unkown. Parkinson’s disease involves a progressive movement disorder of the extrapyramidal system. The extrapyramidal system controls and adjusts communication between neurons in the brain and muscles in the human body. As you can see this is a huge, and important task. PD will commonly coincide with depression and disturbances of sensory systems due to the damage that it has on the brain. Aprroximately one out of every 600 people have Parkinson’s disease in the United States of America. The rates increase with age, especially apparent in those over 55.’

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