Boost Memory, Focus and Reaction Times with Blueberries

blueberries in a small white bowl and an ice cream cone

Blueberries are quite tasty and very good for your health – both physical and mental. There have been several studies done on the positive effects of blueberries on cognition with children, teenagers and young adults. This particular study sought to replicate those results on middle-aged adults. The results are promising.

Key takeaways:

  • A dose of 30 grams of blueberries is sufficient to measure an increase in cognitive function.
  • Eating blueberries regularly reduces the risk of cancer, diabetes, and heart problems.
  • There are no negative side-effects to eating blueberries, unless you eat way too many of them.

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