Berries Help to Store Memory

There is clear evidence that eating blueberries, blackberries, strawberries and other berry fruits have a positive impact on the brain, and may be able to prevent the loss of memory that is associated with aging.

Extension of life brings with it a number of cases of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, and impairment of brain function associated with aging.

Recent studies continue to confirm the effect of berries in slowing the aging brain. The journal “Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry,” says berries achieve its positive role in several ways.

Due to large amounts of antioxidants which help prevent damage to brain cells caused by free radicals, they change the way information transfers between nerve cells, preventing inflammation that can damage nerve cells.

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