FAQ's about Blueberries

the superfood… that’s improving your health


Looking after your health is better with blueberries

The 8 Healthiest Berries You Can Eat

  1. Blueberries in FIRST PLACE
  2. Raspberries
  3. Goji Berries
  4. Strawberries
  5. Bilberries
  6. Acai Berries
  7. Cranberries
  8. Grapes

If you’re here reading this, then you’re already on the right track to improving your health. It’s no secret that our environment, lifestyles, and the food we eat have a significant impact on our well-being.

Whether you’re looking to maintain your current state of health or make a positive change, you’ve come to the right place. At Regenerate Blueberry, we believe in the power of nature’s #1 superfood to boost your overall health. Our blueberries are packed with essential nutrients like fiber, vitamin C, and vitamin K, making them a delicious and nutritious addition to your diet. From reducing the risk of heart disease and high blood pressure to supporting brain function and preventing age-related macular degeneration, blueberries offer a wide range of health benefits. Discover the all-natural goodness of blueberries and start your journey towards optimal health today. 

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What are we doing to our bodies?

Now we’re not conspiracy theorists but we have to ask some questions about our lives in the 21st century.

1. The dreaded ‘C’ word cancer seems to be increasing
2. Allergies, ADHD, and Autism to name a few seem to be almost commonplace these days.


We believe a lot of our issues are from what we eat, and free radicals.

Q, What are free radicals?

A. Free Radicals are uncharged molecules typically highly reactive and short-lived having an unpaired valence electron.

Q. How are free radicals harmful?

A. Free radicals are toxic byproducts of oxygen metabolism that can cause significant damage to living cells and tissues in a process called oxidative stress. The vitamins and minerals your body uses to counteract oxidative stress are called antioxidants.

Q. How do I get rid of free radicals?

A. Eat foods high in antioxidants. The best way to fight free radicals is with antioxidants found in vegetables, some grains, and a few carefully chosen organic or local, grass-fed meats. Buy organic produce whenever possible to avoid toxic pesticides.

Q. Where do free radicals come from?

A. Free radicals are produced in large quantities when the body is exposed to harmful ultraviolet rays from the sun. You can also get them from X-rays, and gamma rays from radioactive material.
They also occur from car exhaust, cigarette smoke, and industrial fumes.

Q. How do free radicals damage my body?

A. Free radicals are atoms or molecules that are highly reactive with other cellular structures because they contain unpaired electrons. Free radicals can cause damage to parts of cells such as proteins, DNA, and cell membranes by stealing their electrons through a process called oxidation.

Q. Does diabetes cause oxidative stress?

A. Oxidative stress, through the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS), has been proposed as the main cause underlying the development of insulin resistance, β-cell dysfunction, impaired glucose tolerance, and type two diabetes mellitus.

Q. Any drinks that reduce free radicals?
A. There are several drinks you can take to help your body reduce free radicals, although some are nicer and more palatable than others.
These include drinks such as; Green tea with lemon, Blueberries, Honey, lemon and ginger, Kale and pomegranate, and Veggie smoothie.
Q. Any foods that reduce free radicals?
A. There are several foods you can take to help your body reduce free radicals, although some are nicer and more palatable than others.
These include foods such as; Broccoli, Spinach, Blueberries, Raspberries, and Kale.
Q, How can I prevent free radicals?

A. Limit your alcoholic drinks to one or two per day. Eat foods rich in antioxidants, chemicals that inhibit the oxidation of molecules by neutralizing free radicals.

Q. What diseases are caused by free radicals?
A. More and more evidence is building up showing that most of the degenerative diseases that afflict humanity have their origin in deleterious free radical reactions. These diseases include atherosclerosis, cancer, inflammatory joint disease, asthma, diabetes, senile dementia, and degenerative eye disease.
Q. What foods reduce free radicals in my body?

A. Foods that contain high levels of Vitamin C and E, plus high levels of antioxidants can stop free radicals. These are also often referred to as superfoods.
Among these are Broccoli, Blueberries, Raspberries, Cherries, Spinach and Peppers.

Q. Are there foods that contain free radicals?
A. Yes, unfortunately, some foods contain free radicals, which add to your body’s burden of trying to reduce them. Thee include foods such as cooked and processed meats such as beacon, ham, and sausage. Alcohol has risks and items such as fats and oils can become oxidized during storage as a result of exposure to light, air, or heat.
Q. Eating higher levels of antioxidants benefits?
A. Consuming foods rich in antioxidants may be good for your heart health and may also help to lower your risk of infections and some forms of cancer. Increase your antioxidant intake by eating more nuts, seeds, berries, and vegetables.
Q. How do free radicals form in the body?
A. Within your body, electrons like to be in pairs. When oxidative stress occurs the oxygen molecule splits into single atoms with an unpaired electron, these are called free radicals.
These free radicals, scavenge the body to seek out other electrons so they can become a pair. This causes damage to cells, proteins, and DNA.
Q. How do free radicals cause cancer?
A. Free radicals can be hazardous to your body and damage all major components of cells, DNA, proteins, and the membranes of cells. This damage to cells, especially DNA damage, plays a role in the development of cancer and other health conditions.
Q. What do free radicals do to your skin?
A. This is often called the free radical theory of aging. Free radicals can damage the skin by trying to take an extra electron from atoms in the skin. When these are taken from molecules in the skin, it causes damage to our skin’s DNA which can speed along skin aging.

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