August 20 2014

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Brad’s Berries? In a Word, Sublime


brad-berriesRASPBERRY SEED OIL/ (raz-ber-ee seed oil)/ n./ 1: The edible fruit comes from a shrub that is part of the family rosaceae and genus Rubus, or the rose family, and is now cultivated all over the world;/ 2: The sweet berries are a significant source of fiber and antioxidants, and rich in vitamins A, C, and E and omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids;/ 3: The oil derived from their seeds is being studied as a treatment for obesity, since their compound rheosmin has been found to speed up metabolism;/ 4: Their anti-inflammatory phytonutrients are also believed to have anticancer benefits;/ 5: Raspberry seed oil is prized for its highly moisturizing properties; can protect the skin from damage caused by UVB radiation; and, because it is rich in alpha linolenic acid, can be effective in treating inflammatory conditions like eczema and psoriasis; e.g., “Sprinkle the berries on your morning yogurt and use the oil to create a protective moisturizing barrier for the skin.”

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