Strawberries and blueberries make your Brain Sharp

Strawberries and blueberries for sharpness of Brain | Blueberry and strawberry fruit should be the best choice for your brain food. A new study suggests that foods containing high levels of flavonoids (strawberries, blueberries and give other products) may slow cognitive decline in brain function.

The study, published in the journal Annals of Neurology found that women who ate one serving of blueberries or more, or two or more servings of strawberries per week can delay cognitive aging on the brain up to 2.5 years, compared with those who ate little or no food at all give the product .

In its findings, the researchers recruited 16 010 women who took part in the Nurses Health Study. In studies, researchers have documented the diet of all women since 1980, and measured the participants' mental function at age 70 years or older and who did not suffer a stroke between 1995 and 2001.

Researchers measured participants cognitive function during a telephone interview conducted within a time interval of 2 years. Then participants were asked for undergo repeat tests every memory as a new conversation in the hearing or recalling words or numbers. The findings showed that those who ate more berries have brain 2.5 years younger than those who do not eat the berries.

The researchers concluded that high intake of flavonoids, compounds found in plants that have potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, especially from berries, to function in preventing cognitive decline in older adults.
The researcher explained, stress and inflammation (inflammatory), both of which can contribute to the decline in cognitive function, but by increasing the intake of flavonoids that can be suppressed.

    "We provide the first epidemiological evidence that blueberries could slow the progression of cognitive decline in elderly women,"

said lead researcher Dr. Elizabeth Devore at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston.

    "Our findings have significant implications for public health in order to increase the intake of dietary modifications give a simple enough in providing protection of brain cognitive function in older adults,"

he added

Although the consumption effects give a look of great help improve memory, but researchers say that there are other foods that contain high amounts of flavonoids such as tea, onions and red wine.


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