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SandiaBuddy
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Have some red rasberries on your breakfast: https://academic.oup.com/jn/article/148/5/667/4979589

[Red rasberry] supplementation reduced DAI score and the risk of CRC development during recurring colitis in mice, suggesting that RB is a possible dietary supplement for patients with ulcerative colitis and related gut inflammatory diseases.

And watch that blood sugar: https://www.spandidos-publications.com/etm/16/1/222/download

hyperglycemia promotes EMT, proliferation, migration and invasion in CRC cells and may provide novel insights into the link between HG and CRC.

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Annabelle41415
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Saw this in an article too.  The thing that bothers me about rasberries is the seeds - it just doesn't agree with me and they always get stuck in my teeth LOL.  Said this was excellent to keep you regular.  If they came out with seedless berries like they do grapes I'm all in Laughing.

Kim

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Mikenh
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I thought that there was some connection with Raspberries and overall health - my main downside with Raspberries is that they cost more than most other kinds of berries - usually substantially more. I try to pick them up on sale.

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