Compounds in Sakurajima Radish May Help Fight Heart Disease
A recent study, conducted by the researchers from Kagoshima University in Japan, suggests that compounds found in Sakurajima radish, or Sakurajima daikon, can be effective in the fight against cardiovascular disease.
For the research, the team used vascular endothelial cells from both humans and pigs to pit Sakurajima daikon against each other. With the help of various tests, the researchers showed that this type of radish induced more nitric oxide production than other types.
The authors of the study hope that their study’s results will be useful to scientists looking for active components in other vegetables.
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