Better memory by berries?

The many and high content of antioxidants in berries is an important reason that worldwide many research is being done for their health benefits.

Research shows that in animals the antioxidants anthocyanin end up in the brains in the area of memory and learning capability. How higher the measured doses how smarter the animals were and stayed when they became older.

Blackberries, blueberries, black mulberries and red grapes have a high anthocyanin amount that could contribute to an improved cognitive performance.

For the first time in 2013 the blood-brain barrier connection with polyphenolic compounds. De polyphenolic compound could pas the barrier and localise in many brain areas. These parts of the brain are important for memory and learning.

Naturally when you eat 2 boxes before your exams you will not have the cognitive performance of Albert Einstein. But a portion a day of blackberries or blueberries of Body&Brains will put you on the right path.

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