About superfoods…

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To characterize a food as a super food, findings in the testing tube of the laboratory (in vitro) are not enough but there should be clinical trials, i.e. studies have been done in humans (in vivo) too, which would certify the beneficial properties of the food on the human body.

And here the novelty lies in the Greek black (corinthian) currants, which is the first WORLDWIDE and the only-up to now-kind of raisin which possess certification from clinical studies in volunteers for their outstanding nutritional value!

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