NucleiClavem from white strawberries is an exclusive proprietary that has an apoptotic component – the Sesquiterpene Glycosides which initiates the apoptosis mechanism of cancer cells and has anti-inflammatory properties and promotes the immune response. It contains rich antioxidants which can scavenge free radicals, inhibiting the atherosclerosis and glycemic effects in the body.
- Nourishing effect on the blood vessels
- Promotes blood circulation
- Regulates hormones
- Strengthen the body’s immune system
- Protect the liver and pancreas
A POWERFUL ANTIOXIDANT
This protein form linked to cardiac, metabolic diseases.
We suffer from indigestion, bloating, etc due to an improper digestive system. To keep a check on the digestive system of the body it is necessary to include a sufficient amount of fibre in the everyday diet. Having an adequate amount of fibre prevents digestive problems and also controls the appetite and gives a feeling of satiety. So, in the evening or mid-morning having a bowl of pineberry can improve the digestive system and can also reduce the craving for fast foods.
Pineberries can boost the immune system in humans because they are the primary sources of vitamin C and having an adequate amount of antioxidants. This will prevent the occurrence of a common cold, allergies, flu, etc and will help in fighting the bacteria. Thus having a bowl of pineberries daily can keep the doctor at bay. To develop a strong immunity system people can add it to their smoothies or with yoghurt.
Chilean Strawberry Consumption Protects against LPS-Induced Liver Injury by Anti-Inflammatory and Antioxidant Capability in Sprague-Dawley Rats
The Chilean strawberry fruit has high content of antioxidants and polyphenols. Previous studies evidenced antioxidant properties by in vitro methods. However, the antioxidant effect and its impact as functional food on animal health have not been evaluated. In this study, rats were fed with a Chilean strawberry aqueous extract (4 g/kg of animal per day) and then subjected to LPS-induced liver injury (5 mg/kg). Transaminases and histological studies revealed a reduction in liver injury in rats fed with strawberry aqueous extract compared with the control group. Additionally, white strawberry supplementation significantly reduced the serum levels and gene expression of TNF-α, IL-6, and IL-1β cytokines compared with nonsupplemented rats. The level of F2-isoprostanes and GSH/GSSG indicated a reduction in liver oxidative stress by the consumption of strawberry aqueous extract. Altogether, the evidence suggests that dietary supplementation of rats with a Chilean white strawberry aqueous extract favours the normalization of oxidative and inflammatory responses after a liver injury induced by LPS.