Sunday, June 11, 2017

Blueberry seed oil

Blueberries are rich in antioxidative phenolic compounds, particularly anthocyanins. A blueberry seed oil is being recognized for their nutritional value as well as for being rich source of bioactive compounds including phenolics.
The fatty acids of blueberry seed oil consisted of 69% PUFAs, 23% MUFAs and about 8.5% saturated fatty acids and may serve as an excellent source of essential fatty acids, linolenic and α–linolenic acids, with a very good ration of n-6 to n-3 fatty acids 1:7:1.

Blueberries seed oil is a skin protecting oil with antioxidant properties and it suits most skin types, including those with acne or blemishes. It is also rich of vitamin E.
Blueberry seed oil
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