A study reveals the effectiveness of daily juice in reducing the risks of cancer and diabetes A study reveals the effectiveness of daily juice in reducing the risks of cancer and diabetes

A study reveals the effectiveness of daily juice in reducing the risks of cancer and diabetes

A study reveals the effectiveness of daily juice in reducing the risks of cancer and diabetes

Adding carrot juice to your daily nutrition routine can help promote better health, researchers said.
A small study published in the journal Nutrients this month found that drinking carrot juice can help boost the immune system and reduce inflammation.

Researchers from the University of Southern Denmark took into account the bioactive compounds falcarinol (FaOH) and falcarindiol (FaDOH) found in carrot juice, which could affect inflammation.

The blood of 14 healthy volunteers between the ages of 20 and 55 years was tested before and then an hour after drinking the juice.

The volunteers consumed 30g of freeze-dried carrot powder mixed with 500ml of tap water.

The study showed promising results after drinking it, which led researchers to believe that drinking carrot juice could benefit those suffering from certain diseases, such as diabetes and cancer, where inflammation plays a role.

The study stated that drinking carrot juice “ Effect on pro- and anti-inflammatory cytokines in plasma samples stimulated with “lipopolysaccharide” (LPS) one hour after consuming the juice compared to not consuming it. Eating carrots has acute effects on reactivity in parts of the innate immune system, and the bioactive compounds in carrots that can explain these effects are most likely acetylene oxylipins such as falcarinol and falcarindiol.”

Nutritionist Ilana Muhlstein, who was not involved in the study, described the results as “very interesting.”

“Carrots are the primary food source of beta-carotene, which is a precursor to vitamin A, which is vital for our immune system,” Muhlstein said.

Although these results are useful, Muhlstein noted that they would have been “more useful” If the same study was performed with whole reflux.

She added: “People will get the additional benefits of fiber, which is removed when juicing fruits and vegetables.” Noting that the fiber found in carrots can act as a prebiotic (food or nutritional supplement that contains live microbes), which can help with intestinal health and general immunity.

She said: “Fiber can also help control blood sugar, which may also help reduce inflammation in the body.” "So, although I like this study, and it's good to see how people can benefit from carrot juice, I think it's also important to remind people that they can achieve similar benefits, if not more benefits, by eating carrots, too."

The study authors noted in discussing the results that more research is needed to confirm carrot juice's effect on immune function and inflammation.

Specifically, they called for long-term clinical trials that include larger and more diverse populations.



World Health Organization: The new coronavirus continues to mutate

The World Health Organization announced that the new coronavirus has adapted to humans, yet it continues to mutate.

Melita Voinovich, representative of the World Health Organization in Russia, said in an interview with the Russian Novosti News Agency: “The new coronavirus was discovered 4 years ago and is still spreading. It is clear that the virus has adapted to humans in order to continue to exist. Other respiratory pathogens are beginning to spread alongside “Covid-19”. With the advent of winter in Europe and Central Asia. “Knowing that, the new coronavirus is still widespread and causing severe infections and deaths.”

According to her, nearly half of the countries that provide data on hospitalization to the World Health Organization are seeing an increase in infections, especially in Finland, Slovakia and Italy.

She says: “As we notice, this virus is still mutating and ruining our lives.”

It is noteworthy that Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko had previously announced that the new coronavirus continues to mutate, but its new variants are not characterized by aggressiveness. Rather, there is some change in the speed of its spread, but it is not severe.
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