First, I told you Concord grape juice holds the magic to help reduce memory loss. Now, a new study shows that by eating blueberries a person can have better memory and brain function.

So, which is it, blueberries or grapes that hold the key to improved brain function? According to the University of Reading in England, the flavonoids in blueberries can directly stimulate the connections between brain cells. This in turn leads to a boost in learning and the ability to retain more information.

Many studies have only speculated on the positive effects of blueberries, but the study conducted by the University of Reading is the first to explain why the fruit has the positive memory effects it does.

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