New research shows berries are beneficial for PCOS symptom NAFLD

The current issue of PCOS Health Review cites new research about the positive effect of berries on the liver. Women with PCOS have a 50% risk of developing Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD), a “hidden” symptom of the disorder.

Sixty-one women were divided into two groups for the study undertaken by Finland’s University of Turku. One group ate 1/3 lb of berries every day; the other did not.

The berry-eating group was found to have a 23 per cent decrease in the market for liver disease.

A variety of berries are recommended to achieve a protective effect on the liver and for overall good health. The article recommends: blackberry, lingonberry, blueberry, boysenberry, raspberry, gooseberry, dewberry, elderberry, youngberry, loganberry and strawberry.

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