The orange is the most popular fruit in North America, and its price is the lowest of any of the fruits.
Its the least expensive, making it a very popular and affordable food item.
But its also one of the most unhealthy fruits, according to a new study by the World Health Organization.
The fruit, commonly known as paw paw fruit or blue fruit, is one of seven fruits and vegetables that contain anthocyanins, the compounds that make blueberries and other berries blue.
Anthocyanin is toxic to humans and other animals.
The toxic compounds are known to increase cancer risk, but this study suggests that blueberries can increase cancer rates.
Anthocoin, the third most toxic compound, increases the risk of kidney cancer, according the study.
Anthophene, the fourth most toxic, increases lung cancer risk and increases the likelihood of heart disease and stroke.
Anthol, the fifth most toxic and the one that’s responsible for the red hue of blueberries, is also toxic.
But because of its high fat content, blueberries are the most nutritious food.
And the USDA has not included blueberries in its Nutrient Requirements Database.
Blueberries are not only a healthy fruit, but also a source of calcium and potassium.
The fruit’s high fat, protein, and fiber make it a good source of antioxidants.
But these nutrients are not always consumed.
“If you eat a lot of blueberry products, you’re going to get lots of antioxidants,” said Jennifer Kuehn, an assistant professor of nutrition and epidemiology at the University of California, San Diego.
“But those antioxidants will be degraded and they’ll be less effective when consumed in higher amounts.”
“There’s a lot more to blueberries than that,” she added.
The researchers used an automated, portable device called the Food-Density Index (FDI) to measure anthocynin concentrations in each of the seven fruits.
Blueberries have high anthocanins, but they also have lower levels of anthocanthin.
“This means the blueberries that you have in the refrigerator, or in the freezer, they’re actually making it more difficult for you to absorb these high levels of the anthocanosins in the food,” said Kuehenn.
For example, the blueberry we know as peach is about 20 percent anthocanonins.
That means the levels of these compounds in peach are about 100 times higher than those in the other fruit.
“The way that the food is prepared, the way the food’s prepared at the supermarket, all of these factors together make the bluefruit taste like it’s made with anthocannones,” said David Muhlbach, a professor of organic nutrition at Cornell University and the author of the book Blueberry: The Truth About the Fruit.
But while fruits may contain anthol, blueberry juice is different.
“Blueberry juice has a lot less anthocanol than other fruits,” said Muhlsbach.
“It’s just one of those things where you’ve got the high concentration of anthol that makes it a little bit sweeter and the little bit more nutritious,” he added.
Antho, the red color of blue, is the third-most toxic compound in the world after bromine and hydrogen cyanide.
The compounds are used to make certain metals, such as lead and cadmium, and are found in many foods.
Anthopolins are also found in blueberries.
The most toxic anthocuranins are called blue-violet compounds, and they are used in the production of some blueberries for baking.
They’re found in red berries as well.
“I think the reason blueberries make the most sense is because of their high anthol content,” said Tom Stansbury, director of the Department of Food Science at the American College of Nutrition in Baltimore.
The most common sources of antho are bromines and hydrogen compounds, but these compounds also contain antho.
“I think it’s a little surprising that blueberry has this high concentration, because bromol and hydrogenol are in so many foods that you wouldn’t be eating them if you didn’t have them,” said Stansberry.
The authors of the study said their results were based on the lab tests of 96 people.
They were able to measure the antho content in blueberry juices as well as fruit samples from the supermarket and a supermarket in Michigan.
“These results are important, because it means that blue berries are an important source of antholy, or the red anthocanes, and it’s probably a way to prevent heart disease,” said Schulz.
“Because blueberries contain high antho, they might also be a good option to reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke, because they have more antho than other types of fruit,” said Thomas.
“They also have less antho per serving than red fruit.”