Ellagic acid powerful antioxidant which neutralises carcinogens before they damage DNA.
Foods which have ellagic acid are strawberries, raspberries, grapes, guava, blackberries, cherries, pomegranate, cranberries, pecans, and walnuts.
Strawberries are second only to garlic for anti-cancer properties by protecting cells from developing into cancer.
Ellagic Acid also protects against Aflatoxin which can be found in peanuts
Ellagic Acid Research:
Cancer and Ellagic Acid
Multiple Sclerosis and Ellagic Acid
Neuroprotective effects of ellagic acid on cuprizone-induced acute demyelination through limitation of microgliosis, adjustment of CXCL12/IL-17/IL-11 axis and restriction of mature oligodendrocytes apoptosis
Strokes and Ellagic Acid
Skin wrinkle and inflammation