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The Largest Antagonist Of Colon Cancer—Pterostilbene In Wild Blueberry Dried
- Jun 20, 2019 -

Colon cancer is one of the most common malignant tumors, with the highest incidence in the 40-50 age group. According to the world epidemiological survey, the incidence of colon cancer in North America, Western Europe, Australia, New Zealand and other places is the highest, ranking second in visceral tumors, and the incidence and mortality in China are increasing year by year. Pterostilben is the biggest enemy of colon cancer.

Pterostilbene is a chemical constituent of Rosewood, but scientists have also found the existence of it in other plants, but because of its first discovery and Rosewood species, it is firmly named Pterostilbene. It is a white or similar white powder crystallization, which has rich medicinal value. It belongs to the anti-fungal active ingredient in Dragon's Blood products. It has certain effect on cancer, hypertension and hyperlipidemia.

After years of experiments in animals, scientists in the United States have found that extracting this compound from blueberries inhibits an enzyme called P450 cytochrome, which activates chemical carcinogens and reduces low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, so it has the function of preventing cancer and heart disease. It is a fragrant hydrocarbon named "styrene", which is a derivative of resveratrol.

It helps prevent pre-cancer damage to the body. As an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent, the University of Ohio found that blueberry-eating animals had an 80% lower risk of colon cancer and a 60% lower risk of digestive tract cancer. German investigators found that drinking 2-3 glasses of blueberry juice a day could also treat colon cancer.

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