The miracle berries and its miraculin have both been subjected to extensive clinical researches. Below are some specific researches with related external links

For Chemotherapy Taste Improvement

Treatment of taste alterations in chemotherapy in patients using the miracle fruits: Preliminary analysis of a pilot study. American Society of Clinical oncology (ASCO). Click here to read more

Pilot study of miracle fruit to improve food palatability for patient receiving chemotherapy. U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institute of Health: Click here to read more

Synsepalumdulcificum. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer: Click here to read more

Diabetic Uses

improvement of insulin resistance by miracle fruit (Synsepalumdulcificum) in fructose-rich chow-fed rat. U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institute of Health. Click here to read more

Used as a Taste Modifier

The miracle berry and miraculin. A Review. Click here to read more

As an Antioxidant and has other Health Benefits

Content of phenolics and flavonoids and antioxidant activities in skin, pulp and seed of miracle fruits. U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institute of Health Click here to read more

Antioxidant-rich Phytochemical in miracle berry (Synsepalumdulcificum) and antioxidant activity of its extracts.U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institute of Health. Click here to read more

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