• The Effect of White Mulberry on CRP Lowering

    İbrahim Adnan Saraçoğlu1, Kübra Çakır1, Ceren Çakırmanoğlu2, Melinda Kara3

    1. Prof Saracaoglu Co R&D Labs. ITOB OSB 10020 Street.No:18, Izmir, Turkey.
    2. Department of Chemistry, Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey.
    3. Department of Medicine, Acıbadem University, Istanbul, Turkey.

    Abstract: Berries are not only delicious but also incredibly healthy. They come in different colors, sizes and flavors – some are sweet, while others are a little tart. The great thing about berries is that they are low in calories and full of good things like antioxidants, fiber and vitamin C. These qualities make berries really good for your health and can help reduce the risk of disease and keep your cells in good shape. Some popular types of berries include blueberries, mulberries, raspberries, goji berries, strawberries, chokeberries, acai berries and cranberries. White mulberry from the berry family has a rich potential for lowering CRP levels in the blood. White mulberry (Morus alba) is an under-researched fruit, but has an important role. White mulberries are rich in anthocyanins and alkaloids and have pharmacological properties such as antioxidant, anti-diabetic, anti-atherosclerotic, anti-obesity and hepatoprotective activities. Various parts of the mulberry tree, including the leaves, roots and fruits, have been traditionally and currently used in agriculture, food, cosmetics and medicine. Due to their numerous promising effects on health, they are considered multifunctional plants with medicinal properties. In this article, we will examine the effects of white mulberry on CRP.

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