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Studies Shed Light On Health Benefits Of Eating Red Raspberries

August 24, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Eight studies, both preclinical research and human clinical trials, that described the potential of raspberries to boost satiety, control blood sugar, and moderate inflammation, were presented earlier this year at the Experimental Biology conference. Clinical trial participants experienced improvement in glucose control and increased satiety while eating raspberries. Animal subjects in longer-term preclinical studies showed promising effects on the gut microbiota after red raspberry intake. Observations from animal and in vitro studies suggested that future red raspberry research might explore potential good effects on inflammation, obesity, and type 2 diabetes risk.
McKenzie Hall Jones, "Studies Explore the Potential Benefits of Red Raspberries", News release, The FASEB Journal, August 24, 2017, via EurekAlert!, © AAAS
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