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Eating strawberries and blueberries may help prevent age-related memory loss, heart attacks: Study

Eating strawberries and blueberries may help prevent age-related memory loss and heart attacks, according to research studies. Enjoying a serving or two of recognized brain foods on a daily basis could help to maintain brain health and mental performance. Aging … The post Eating strawberries and blueberries may help prevent age-related memory loss, heart attacks: Study appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
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