Elderly individuals who eat plenty of strawberries and blueberries are less likely to experience cognitive decline, compared to those who rarely or never eat berries, researchers from Brigh...
The authors found that those whose consumption of blueberries and strawberries were high had slower cognitive decline, compared to the other participants. A reduction in cognitive decline was also found among those with a greater consumption of anthocyanidins and total flavonoids.
The elderly females whose berry consumption was higher had an average 2.5 year slower cognitive decline, compared to their counterparts whose berry intake was low.
Via Charles Tiayon, Erskine S.Weekes-Libert, David Hulme