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Polyphenols In Grape And Blueberry Juices Improve Memory Impairment – Studies

January 12, 2010: 10:05 PM EST
Adults who have experienced a decline in memory may be able to boost their cognitive function by daily drinking of Concord grape juice or wild blueberry juice, both of which contain anti-inflammatory compounds known as polyphenols that also influence neuronal signaling, U.S. researchers have found in separate studies. In a double-blind trial involving 12 older adults with memory decline who drank grape juice, the scientists measured significant improvements in verbal learning. In a second study, nine older adults with early memory changes who drank wild blueberry juice everyday showed improved paired associate learning and word list recall.
"Grape, Blueberry Juice Good for Brain Health", Food Design, January 12, 2010, © Virgo Publishing, LLC
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