Crunch Berries May Be Toxic
Does anyone know if the crunch berries lawsuit is real or a scam? It has recently made its way onto television, and with a lot of discussion online. Many people are wondering if this product really helps to fight memory loss. I have some information for you.
Crunch Berries Lawsuit
The berries were originally developed in Tonga, New Zealand. It is said that they have been used for curing small children’s problems with learning. Even though there are no medical studies supporting this, many parents will try anything to help their child with any problem. Many parents use them to help their children with delayed sleep phase syndrome (DSLS). This syndrome occurs when the brain does not go off to sleep at night.
What the berries do is they make the blood vessels contract so that there is a better flow of blood into the brain.
When blood rushes to the brain more oxygen gets to the cells and this helps the brain to function properly during the day. The main claim about these berries is that they will enhance memory. The research on this was done on children with mild memory problems. In one study, participants who took a regular berry supplement had better recall than those who did not.
Now remember that this effect only happens during the day.
We do not really think that eating the berries every day will improve your memory. Studies have shown that there are other factors such as the amount of nutrients in the berry, their antioxidant content, how it is digested, and the amount of cholesterol they contain, which can also play a role in memory. All of these things affect the way your brain works.
The lawsuit has caused quite a stir in the scientific community.
There are some strong statements being made about the berries causing different types of cancers. It has also been linked to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and Parkinson’s disease. However, all of this needs to be studied further.
If you decide to try the berries, be sure to talk to your doctor first.
They can provide you with information regarding the best way to use them and whether or not they are safe. Remember that supplements and medications can interact with each other and harm your body. Take the time to do your research and ask your doctor the right questions before you start any new supplement. In the end you’ll be glad you did.