Berries may prevent age related memory loss

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A new study conducted by at Tufts University researchers has found that regular consumption of berries may boost brain function and prevent age related memory loss.

Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables has always been tied to healthier life and better function of several vital organs including heart and brain.

Now a review of animal and clinical studies have provided “strong scientific evidence” that antioxidants that are highly concentrated in berries have a direct effect on how neurons in the brain send signals.

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