ELLAGIC ACID TABLETS
Ellagic acid from raspberry extract - reserach suggests that red raspberries may have cancer protective properties. The biggest contribution to raspberries' antioxidant activity is the ellagitannins, a compound almost exclusive to the raspberry, which are reported to have anti-cancer activity.
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about Elagic acid
Ellagitannins - Metabolic pathways
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Ellagic Acid - Buy raspberry tablets or the
Ellagic acid can be obtained by eating strawberries,
cranberries, walnuts, pecans, pomegranates and the best source, red
Red Raspberry Extract
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Meeker red raspberry is the best source of Ellagic acid.
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Our Advanced Formula is exactly the same Meeker red-raspberry seed
concentrate extract tested during the clinical studies.
The American Cancer Society:
In a published report states that ellagic acid may slow the growth of some cell abnormalities.
While this is promising, at this time, there is no reliable evidence available from human clinical studies showing that ellagic acid in any form can prevent or treat cancer. Further research is needed to determine what benefits it may have.
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High in Phytonutrients for Antioxidant, Antimicrobial and Anticarcinogenic Protection - As an antioxidant food containing ellagic acid, raspberries help prevent unwanted damage to cell membranes and other structures in the body by neutralizing free radicals. Raspberry's flavonoid content is also well documented. The key substances are quercetin, kaempferol, and the cyanidin-based molecules called cyanidin-3-glucosylrutinoside and cyanidin-3-rutinoside. These flavonoid molecules are also classified as anthocyanins, and they belong to the group of substances that give raspberries their rich red color. Raspberries' anthocyanins also give these delectable berries unique antioxidant properties, as well as some antimicrobial ones, including the ability to prevent overgrowth of certain bacteria and fungi in the body (for example, the yeast Candida albicans, which is a frequent culprit in vaginal infections and can be a contributing cause in irritable bowel syndrome).
Metabolic pathways of Ellagitannins
Red raspberries health benefits