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  1. photo More than a gut feeling: <b>Bilberries</b> are good for gastrointestinal and overall healthMore than a gut feeling: Bilberries are good for gastrointestinal and overall healthNews
    of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). However, according to experiments based out of University Hospital of Zurich, Switzerland, eating bilberries can lessen the effects of these diseases by reducing inflammationRead more
  2. photo <b>Bilberries</b> naturally reduce diet-related inflammation and high blood pressureBilberries naturally reduce diet-related inflammation and high blood pressureNews
    You may have read how bilberry jam enhanced WWII Royal Air Force pilots' night vision for bombing raids on Germany and in defense against German bombing raids on England. That bilberry attributeRead more
  3. photo Mitrogenol for Eye HealthMitrogenol for Eye HealthTreatment
    ) Patented extracts from European blueberries or bilberries and pine bark or Pycnogenol comprise a nutritional supplement by the name of Mitrogenol. A study published in this month’s issue of the journalRead more
  4. photo Best of Mitrogenol for Eye HealthBest of Mitrogenol for Eye HealthTreatment
    ) Patented extracts from European blueberries or bilberries and pinebark or Pycnogenol comprise a nutritional supplement by the name of Mitrogenol. A study published in the May 2010 issue of the journalRead more
  5. photo Five essential herbs for hemorrhoidsFive essential herbs for hemorrhoidsNews
    hemorrhoids.BilberryBilberry is a small, European berry similar to the American blueberry. Bilberry contains the beneficial ingredient anthocyanoside, which is used to heal bruises and hemorrhoids in traditional . In 1975Read more
  6. photo What to eat to prevent cataracts and even reverse early-stage eye problemsWhat to eat to prevent cataracts and even reverse early-stage eye problemsNews
    deficiencies which caused them are still present and need to be addressed to prevent further cataracts or even other diseases.Bilberry Bilberry contains compounds which boost visual acuity. In Italy, a studyRead more
  7. photo Berry intake helps overweight women have healthy heartsBerry intake helps overweight women have healthy heartsNews
    buckthorn berries, sea buckthorn oil, frozen bilberries and sea buckthorn phenolic ethanol extract mixed with maltodextrin.All four berry products led to improvements in the metabolic profiles of allRead more
  8. photo Move Over, Mediterranean Diet: Sustainable Scandinavian Fare May be HealthierMove Over, Mediterranean Diet: Sustainable Scandinavian Fare May be HealthierArticle
    , this Scandinavian diet, as defined by the study, includes herring, salmon, mackerel, rapeseed oil, currants, bilberries, strawberries, whole grains and root vegetables. The diet was designed based on local foodsRead more
  9. photo Use these 17 herbs and spices to fight diabetesUse these 17 herbs and spices to fight diabetesNews
    lowered by 7.3 percent.Why not add their earthy yet semi-sweet leaves to more meals?2. Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus)Bilberries' blue color, which exists on the inside as well as the outside, hasRead more
  10. photo Maqui BerriesMaqui BerriesTreatment
    .” This finding indicates that there may be untold chemicals yet to be detected within the richly pigmented fruits of Aristotelia chilensis. (7) Food Anthocyanin Content (mg/100 g) Bilberry 300–698Read more

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Bilberry

Medicinal Plant / Fruit

Bilberry is any of several primarily Eurasian species of low-growing shrubs in the genus Vaccinium (family Ericaceae), bearing edible, nearly black berries. The species most often referred to is Vaccinium myrtillus L., but there are several other closely related species. Bilberries are distinct from blueberries but closely related to them.Bilberry (especially Vaccinium myrtillus) is also known...More