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Monday, September 04, 2006
Blueberries on the Brain
These articles are not new, but they serve as excellent reminders that blueberries should not be overlooked when planning our diets. Researchers believe that blueberries trigger neurons that help keep the brain sharp. According to nutrition researcher James Joseph:
Blueberries have compounds that boost neuron signals and help turn back on systems in the brain that can lead to using other proteins to help with memory or other cognitive skills.Spinach and strawberries also seem to help with short-term memory loss.
If we can find foods and/or lifestyle changes that help stave the inevitable consequences of aging, especially those consequences that affect the brain, why not take advantage?
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