In a first of a kind study being taken out by a group of researchers from University of Illinois, it has been revealed that combination of blueberry and blackberry wines is said to be quite effective in treating diabetes.
Researcher Elvira de Mejia, a professor of food chemistry at the University, was of the view that they tested 19 other wines. All the 19 wines were being checked against the blueberry and blackberry wines and it was found that the latter was best for people, who have been suffering from diabetes.
As said, the study is said to be one of a kind, and for the reason as study researchers checked the fermentation of berry at different levels. Main aim to check the fermentation at different level was to assess whether enzymes remain at different points or not.
"Preliminary studies have indicated that anthocyanins may have a positive effect on cognition and overall brain health while protecting against some of the effects of aging ", said de Mejia. Further tests need to be done to reassess the clinical trial findings.
The extract found by researchers could also be added in other drinks as well, which increases its usability as well as will enhance the taste of the drink.
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