Combined intake of anthocyanins
and bromelain

Boosting skeletal muscle oxygenation and vascular functions in healthy adults

Combined intake of anthocyanins and bromelain

Boosting skeletal muscle oxygenation and vascular functions in healthy adults

Anthocyanins have gained notable attention due to their –now well-renowned- antioxidative, cardiovascular and anti-inflammatory properties. Bromelain too is considered able to improve endothelial function, blood pressure and oxygen utility capacity in humans. Now, a new study published in the British Journal of Nutrition dug deeper into the combined effect of both anthocyanins and bromelain, showing that together they can effectively influence vasodilation, support healthy blood pressure, enhance skeletal muscle oxygenation and post-exercise recovery, and protect against inflammation.

As such, it may be an ideal supplement to help support vascular health in healthy populations, while more investigation is needed with regards to the clinical benefits of this supplement in cardiovascular diseases-affected populations.

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