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Richberry: Berry for Obesity and Hunger, Let’s See How That Works

The world is a mess.


There’s no way to sugarcoat it. We’re living in a world where obesity and world hunger have become some of the largest threats to our overall health and well-being. Often we hear more headlines about obesity problems, while at the same time we seek out ways to feed those in poverty. It’s a vicious cycle that never seems to end.


But what if there was a way to break that cycle? What if we could find a way to not only feed people in poverty but also help them get healthy? It may sound like an impossible task, but Dr. Jane Foster believes it can be done.


With such concerns growing deeper by the day, could a little red berry possibly deliver a miracle?



The good news is that there’s hope on the horizon. Studies have found that West Africa native Miracle berries hold great promise for combating both obesity and hunger, while also beneficial for dieters, Diabetics, and chemo patients.


Since first discovered in the 18th century, the miracle berry, also called synsepalum dulcificum, has been used by civilizations across the world for its unique ability. The miracle behind the berry's taste-altering mechanism is a glycoprotein called Miraculin. When consumed, the fleshy pulp adheres to the taste buds on the tongue and alters their function, making sour foods taste sweet.


According to Linda Bartushuk, director of human research at the University of Florida's Center for Smell and Taste, miracle fruit not only gives a sweet sensation, but it also enriches flavor, which is why people enjoy it so much. Miracle berries have also been considered to be safe for consumption in various studies, but because they are odd and still virtually unknown to the general public, they have yet to become part of our everyday diet.


How does this Berry help with obesity?


Research shows that when calorie-free sweeteners are added to food, people tend to eat more of those items than they would if sugar were not included in them. This can lead to weight gain and even obesity. Dietary changes and nutrients are equally essential to counter such problems, but ignoring the sensory side of eating is a huge mistake. If you’re not confident about eating less, you won’t do it. If you don’t enjoy what you eat, you won’t stick to your diet.


This is where miracle berry comes into the picture, offering an all-natural taste-enhancer with incredibly low calories and no chemical additives. Although miracle berry on its own isn’t going to solve the problem, this exotic fruit combined with some dietary changes can help those who are obese or overweight become healthier.


Will it solve World Hunger?


The real potential of this fruit lies in using it to fight hunger on a global scale. Imagine what would happen if we could use this berry to alter how we perceive the flavor of food in our diets. If you look at some of the most environmentally damaging agricultural practices, they tend to be ones that are used to produce meat and dairy products as they are more demanding and profitable compared to the less appetizing grains, beans, and peas. If miracle berries can change the taste of any consumable food, they may be able to feed the developing world bland or bitter foods that are digestible but deemed unpalatable.



Needless to say, miracle berries can help alleviate global problems concerning health and hunger, as well as environmental sustainability. Take part in this revolutionary health solution. BUY NOW!


References


Carrington, D. (2018, May 31). Avoiding meat and dairy is 'single biggest way' to reduce your impact on Earth. The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/may/31/avoiding-meat-and-dairy-is-single-biggest-way-to-reduce-your-impact-on-earth

Glusac, E. (2014, December 4). Can This Berry Solve Both Obesity and World Hunger? Smithsonian Magazine. https://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/can-this-berry-solve-both-obesity-and-world-hunger-180953389/

Ritchie, H., & Roser, M. (2020, January). Environmental Impacts of Food Production. Our World in Data. https://ourworldindata.org/environmental-impacts-of-food


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