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They may sound like something out of Alice in Wonderland, but purple carrots are not only real, they’re being positioned as the ultimate super-food. A new Australian study (video below) has shown the ancient carrot variety is high in anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidants that are stabilising bodily functions. 

”They’re the original carrots, from ancient Persia,” explained the study author Lindsay Brown, professor of biomedical sciences at the University of Southern Queensland.

Purple carrots are one of a vast range of fruit and vegetables almost lost in the age of single supermarket varieties. Claims have long been made about purple carrots’ health benefits, but until recently these remained untested.

Professor Brown conducted a pre-clinical trial on rats, using purple carrots grown in Queensland. For 16 weeks, the rats were fed a high-fat, high-carbohydrate diet designed to mimic the effects of an unhealthy western diet. The rats quickly put on excess weight, developed high blood pressure, became glucose intolerant (or pre-diabetic) and incurred liver and heart damage. Then, for the second eight weeks, the scientists added purple carrot juice to the rats’ food. 

The results that were published in the British Journal of Nutrition surprised even the researchers.

“Everything Went Back To Normal!”

Professor Brown said. ”The blood pressure went down, the collagen in the heart was back to normal, the liver histology was back to normal, the liver enzymes, the glucose tolerance, the fat pads were all back to normal, despite continuing this … terrible diet.”

There are up to 28 times more anthocyanins the antioxidant that creates the purple-red pigment in blueberries and raspberries and especially in purple carrots than there are in orange ones. We have included an interview of Dr Lindsay Brown, professor of biomedical sciences at the University of Southern Queensland and additionally information from professor Virginia Walbot Standford University Biology Department detailing anthocyanins and their effects on the body.

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Discussion from ABC Catalyst’s

“Why am I still fat?” (Dec 30, 2015) about the effects of anthocyanin on weight loss

Purple Boost is Purple Carrot Powder Blended With Pre and Probiotics

At Performadog and iPurr, we believe in eating the very best food we can, that includes providing our pets with the same opportunities.

So we have prepared 100% purple carrot powder, mixed it with Pre & Probiotics and we call it ‘Purple Boost’, to provide the very best health benefits for your pets. It is an Immuno-Stimulant and has a unique Blend of Probiotics, Antioxidants, Mannan oligosaccharide and Beta Glucans to aid Microbiome support for digestive health.

Scientific research suggests the following health benefits:
  • Probiotics provide support for the microbiome through “competitive exclusion”, which is crowding out the pathogenic bacteria.
  • Calms low-level gut inflammation.
  • Reduces stress
  • Calms the mind

MOS: Mannan oligosaccharide  This allows the immune system to combat pathogenic bacteria by;
  • Causing agglutination of E.coli bacteria, and also;
  • Agglutinates most salmonella strains and;
  • Agglutinates fimbriae pathogens

Beta Glucans
  • Rich source of phagocytic cells
  • Enhances the responsiveness of the immune system

So, what’s so special about purple foods in particular? 

They are full of antioxidants called anthocyanins, and they have hit the headlines because they are linked to a range of health benefits.

Purple Carrot Powder Anthocyanin.

Allow Us To Reveal What They Are:

What does Anthocyanin do to your body?

Discussion from ABC Catalyst’s

“Why am I still fat?” (Dec 30, 2015) about the effects of anthocyanin on weight loss

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