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In 2009 the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC), released a report on the evaluation of the Health Benefits of Australian Native Foods.


This report makes for compelling reading when considering the health benefits of the OORAY fruit (Davidsonia pruriens).


The report states, “Native species evaluated in this study exhibited superior antioxidant capacity as compared to the Blueberry standard, renowned worldwide as the ‘health-promoting fruit.’ In comparison to commonly consumed fruits that comprise predominantly hydrophilic antioxidants, native foods contained antioxidant activity in both hydrophilic and lipophilic fractions. This suggests more comprehensive protection from oxidative stress, and possibly more pronounced health benefits.”



In summary, the  RIRDC report analysis of OORAY shows:


The report also suggests that the OORAY samples used in the analysis may have been harvested before maturity and therefore lowered the possible levels of some nutritional components.


In 2012 the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC), released a further report on the evaluation of the POTENTIAL PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF SELECTED AUSTRALIAN HERBS AND FRUITS

This report contains a substantial amount of information regarding possible health benefits of OORAY.


Purple Mangosteen


In 2013 the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC), released a report on the evaluation of the COLLATION OF HEALTH LITERATURE FOR TROPICAL EXOTIC FRUITS AND EXTRACTS.


This report contains a substantial amount of information regarding possible health benefits of purple mangosteen.