Know More about Boysenberry and Pine Bark Extracts, Two Popular Source of Antioxidants

Antioxidant supplements sold in the market are made using extracts from various natural herbs and plants found at various places on earth. These extracts are immensely useful in making the body healthier than before, which is why a lot of people use them as food supplements.

But have you ever wondered what these antioxidants, that are becoming so popular these days, exactly are? It is always advised by health experts to be informed of whatever food supplement you are taking in your diet.

Kiwifruit seed oil
Kiwifruit seed oil

Here are two extracts that are used as antioxidants and available in the market:

Boysenberry Extract

Boysenberry extract is an antioxidant rich extract. It is widely used as an ingredient in making a number of food items like pies, tarts and crisps. Boysenberries are found in abundance in New Zealand, which alone accounts for around 60% of boysenberry production in the world.

Certain chemicals found in boysenberry extract act as inhibitors of oxidative stress and damage to cellular DNA.

Pine Bark Extract

Pine bark extract is obtained from the bark of the maritime pine tree, also called the Pinus Pinaster. It has very useful antioxidant properties and it also available under the name Pycnogenol. This extract has been found to be effective in the treatment of ailments like chronic venous insufficiency, which is a circulation disorder, while some studies have indicated its effectiveness in controlling sugar levels among diabetic patients.

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