Wild blueberries - health


Wild blueberries contain powerful antioxidants. This is one of the best fruits for maintaining good health.


The blue pearl was used by Native Americans for its medicinal and nutritional properties.

For more on the virtues and health benefits of blueberries 


Consult the following newspaper articles and websites:



Complete information on the benefits of blueberries is available on the WBANA website [link]

  • Blueberries: a handful of health [link]
  • What a big impact a small blue berry can make [link]
  • Berry good ways to better health [link]
  • Biotransformed blueberry juice fights fat and diabetes [link]
  • The health benefits of blueberries [link]
  • Can eating blueberries help you lose weight [link]
  • New studies examining positive connections between diet rich in wild blueberries and better brain health [link]

  • Agressive breast cancer responds to blueberries [link]
  • Research linking blueberries to lower Alzheimer's risk is strong [link]
  • Le code Chastenay - Blueberry: An antidote for diabetes? (video in French) [link]
  • Blueberries: colorful protection for a healthier heart, sharper brain, and cancer defense [link]
  • Blueberries may protect muscles from exercise damage [link]



Read the following scientific papers :



  • For a complete bibliography, visit the WBANA Website [link]
  • Blueberries and the aging brain: Beyond antioxidants [link]
  • The neuroprotective potential of flavonoids: A multiplicity of effects [link]
  • Polyphenols: Antioxidants and beyond [link]
  • Antioxidants and the free radical theory of degenerative disease [link]
  • Anthocyanins, phenolics, and antioxidant capacity of Vaccinium L. in Texas, USA [link]
  • Anthocyanins, phenolics, and antioxidant capacity of processed lowbush blueberry products [link]
  • The effect of wild blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium) consumption on postprandial serum antioxidant status in human subjects [link]