Best Brain Foods: Berries and Nuts Put to the Test

Best Brain Foods: Berries and Nuts Put to the Test

Randomized controlled studies put nuts, berries, and grape juice to the test for cognitive function.

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What else can nuts do?
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• Nuts May Help Prevent Death (
• Pistachio Nut for Erectile Dysfunction (
• Nuts and Obesity: The Weight of Evidence (
• PREDIMED: Does Eating Nuts Prevent Strokes? (

What else can berries do?
• Can Cranberry Juice Treat Bladder Infections? (
• Reducing Muscle Soreness With Berries (
• Boosting Natural Killer Cell Activity (
• How to Slow Brain Aging by Two Years (
• Inhibiting Platelet Aggregation with Berries (
• How Much Fruit is Too Much? (
• The Effects of Avocados and Red Wine on Meal-Induced Inflammation (
• The Benefits of Acai vs. Blueberries for Artery Function (
• The Antioxidant Effects of Acai vs. Apples (
• Benefits of Blueberries for Artery Function (
• Benefits of Blueberries for Blood Pressure May Be Blocked by Yogurt (

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-Michael Greger, MD FACLM

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