Blackcurrants have feel-good powers, studies show

Researchers at Northumbria University, Newcastle, working with New Zealand's Plant & Food Research (PFR), have shown that consumption of blackcurrant juice can produce a short-term effect on physiological processes associated with positive mood, while a second study has shown blackcurrant juice taken before exercise increased the desire to exercise for longer.

by Gavin McEwan
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