Brain Food

summerblueberriesbrainfoodBlueberries protect your brain because of the flavonoids they contain.  The blue color is a flavonoid called an anthocyanin.  According to the American Academy of Neurology, those who ate foods with anthocyanins were less likely to develop Parkinson’s disease. Other anthocyanin rich foods are eggplant, plums, bananas (yep), red cabbage, kidney and black beans, peaches, and cherries.

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