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Researchers develop natural purple and red, anthocyanin-rich potatoes

By Gutierrez:(NaturalNews) Scientists from the Agricultural Research Service in Beltsville, Maryland, have used conventional, non-genetic engineering techniques to produce three new varieties of potato that are exceptionally high in antioxidants. Both the skin and flesh of the potatoes are red, purple or yellow.

Studies show that maqui berries are rich in antioxidants and anthocyanins


Maqui is a tree that is native to the temperate rainforests of Chile and certain regions of southern Argentina. Its sweet-tasting berries, which resemble blackcurrants in size and color, have been consumed by Mapuche Indians for hundreds of years. Indeed, Mapuche warriors have attributed their renowned stamina and vigor to their consumption of maqui berries. Let's take a closer look at the nutritional profile of these little-known fruits and find out why Chile's indigenous people hold them in high regard.