British blackcurrants have dethroned American
blueberries as the reigning “superfruit” which
can best help battle Alzheimer’s, cancer, and
heart disease according to a new U.K. study.
The Scottish Crop Research Institute (SCRI) has
determined that blackcurrants contain higher levels
of antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins than
blueberries or 19 other fruits. Such high levels
of antioxidants can also help stave off diabetes,
eye strain, and other illnesses.
Besides testing blackcurrants and blueberries,
researchers examined strawberries, raspberries,
apples, blackberries, and cranberries, among other
“From a quick overview, it is clear those with a
deep purple or red color perform particularly well,
the darker the fruit the higher the antioxidant
content,” said Dr. Derek Stewart, head of the
nutrition program at SCRI.
“Blackcurrants are very dark purple in color
(purple is high on the alkaline pH scale) and
in line with these indicators, comes out top in
the majority of categories.”
Stewart said that the motivation for the research
came from the huge amount of publicity surrounding
“Superfruits,” coupled with the lack of consumer
knowledge of what a “Superfruit” is or what it must
“We wanted to find out which fruit came out on top,”
he said. “And blackcurrants can claim to be the
No. 1 “Superfruit.”
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