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Mar 14, 2016 8:24 PM

Blueberries may reduce risk for Alzheimer's and improve cognitive functioning

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CHANGING FAMILIES - A team of University of Cincinnati scientists says the healthful antioxidants within blueberries provide a real benefit in improving memory and cognitive function in some older adults.

Based on their work, they believe adding blueberries to your diet may help your brain young.

They may also help reduce your risk of Alzheimer's Disease. It's all about the Anthocyanins.

Click here to read more on the research.

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