Non-communicable diseases, such as heart disease, cancer and diabetes, are the leading causes of death globally. According to the World Health Organization, 80 percent of premature deaths from these diseases are preventable. Modern diets are much to blame for the increase in chronic illnesses — unpronounceable toxic additives and colorants, high amounts of concentrated sugars, refined carbohydrates and trans fats all contribute to health problems. Free radicals, caused by both a polluted environment and an unhealthy diet, also lead to inflammation, premature aging and a variety of diseases.
Though doctors are quick to prescribe medicine for all our ills, Mother Nature has provided us with cancer fighting compounds in many fruits and vegetables. Numerous studies have shown that Anthocyanins can impede the growth of cancer tumours, fight inflammation and repair the damage caused by free radicals.
Anthocyanins are part of the flavonoid group of phytochemicals present in teas, honey, wines, fruits, vegetables, olive oil, nuts, and cacao, with nutrients present primarily in purple, blue and red fruits and vegetables.
Anthocyanins have been found to be particularly beneficial against chronic diseases such as inflammation, cancer and cardio vascular disease thanks to their antioxidant capabilities and anti-tumour properties.
The research, summarised in a report published on the website thedietsupplement.com, provides invaluable information on how incorporating Anthocyanins into daily diets help increase overall health along with combating these Chronic Diseases.
The report focuses on scientific research and explores ways in which the reader can increase his or her consumption of this health-boosting nutrient. Includes the strong Antioxidants properties, Anthocyanins and Cardio Vascular Disease, Diabetes and Cancer and how to include more Anthocyanins in the daily diets.
The report can be seen at http://www.thedietsupplement.com/anthocyanins-and-their-role-in-combatting-chronic-diseases
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