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BerriHealth Press Releases

June 29, 2014 BerriHealth launches the first in a line of new fiber products, blending berry powders from their Oregon farm with organic psyllium to make great-tasting and health fiber without artificial colors, sweeteners, and sugars.
BerriHealth Supports Cancer Research

February 21, 2014 -- BerriHealth continues to support research for the neuroendocrine tumor and carcinoid cancer community.

Berri Products LLC Now Member of Northwest Food Processors Association

January 31, 2014 -- Oregon berry product innovator, Berri Products, announces membership to the Northwest Food Processors Association.

BerriHealth.com Launches Innovative New Berry Powder Blend Containing Full Servings of Premium Berries

September 18, 2013 -- BerriProducts LLC has launched a new product, BerriSpectrum™ AnthoBlend™, that contains a full serving of whole organic California strawberries and Washington blueberries, along with a full serving of their own specially-cultivated Oregon black raspberries.

Black Raspberry Inhibits Angiogenesis in Human Carcinoid Cancer Tumor Assays

June 25, 2013 -- BerriProducts LLC, an Oregon-based supplier of premium quality black raspberry products shares news from the recently-attended Berry Health Benefits Symposium on angiogenesis inhibition with an in vitro test on human carcinoid cancer cells

Hepatitis A Outbreak in Costco Organic Berry Blend Linked to Pomegranate Imported From Turkey

June 06, 2013 -- BerriProducts LLC assures customers that their products are not affected by the recent hepatitis A outbreak due to their high level of quality control and use of locally-sourced berries.

Black Raspberry Capsule Craze Not Supported By Research

April 24, 2013 -- BerriProducts LLC, an Oregon-based supplier of premium quality black raspberry products, sets the record straight on black raspberry capsules.

Black Raspberries Reduce DNA Damage in Oral Cancer Survivors

April 11, 2013 -- BerriProducts LLC shares a human clinical trial that suggests consumption of phytonutrient-rich black raspberries by oral cancer survivors reduces biochemical markers of DNA damage, is safe, and is well tolerated by oral cancer survivors.

Black Raspberries May Inhibit Prostate Cancer

April 10, 2013 -- BerriProducts LLC, an Oregon-based company that supplies black raspberry products for clinical trials, shares new research that suggests black raspberries may be beneficial in reducing prostate cancer tumor incidence in rats. The black raspberry powder used in this study was provided by BerriProducts LLC.

Black Raspberries Slow Colon Cancer Growth and Reduce Inflammation in Colorectal Cancer Patients

April 09, 2013 -- BerriProducts LLC shares new research in human colorectal cancer patients that bolsters the growing body of evidence supporting the cancer-preventive effects of black raspberries and suggests that eating black raspberries beneficially alters fat metabolism to reduce cancer risk.

Three Myths About Black Raspberry Capsules Demystified

June 19, 2012 -- BerriHealth shows that only 1.5 black raspberries are included in one 300mg freeze-dried capsule not the two cups, or 160 berries claimed. The USDA considers 40 black raspberries to be one nutritional serving. This is the equivalent of quantity 27 - 300mg capsules, therefore rendering the "two capsules per day" recommended dose nutritionally ineffective.

Independent Research Publications from PubMed

Listed below are links to US National Library of Medicine PubMed references of independent research publications done with black raspberries.  They are sorted under general categories with the link titles giving a description of the research focus. Please click on the link to view the abstract or article.

General Scientific Black Raspberry Publications:

Black raspberry and the lower GI tract:

New in 2014 A Phase 1b Study of the Effects of Black Raspberries on Rectal Polyps in Patients with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis.

Black raspberry and the mouth and upper GI tract:

New in 2014 Topical application of a mucoadhesive freeze-dried black raspberry gel induces clinical and histologic regression and reduces loss of heterozygosity events in premalignant oral intraepithelial lesions: results from a multicentered, placebo-controlled clinical trial.

 

Chemoprevention of esophageal cancer with black raspberries, their component anthocyanins, and a major anthocyanin metabolite, protocatechuic Acid.

Other black raspberry studies:

New in 2014 Bioactive compounds or metabolites from black raspberries modulate T lymphocyte proliferation, myeloid cell differentiation and Jak/STAT signaling.

Black raspberry characterization:

Articles Mentioning BerriHealth

Nu Genesis Farm

Cancer Nutrition and Carolyn Katzin

Black Raspberry Buzz