The Benefits of Blueberries for the Brain When you look in the medical literature studies on berries, pop up articles like this: Blueberries, Blueberry muffin rash, ah Or photos of the tongue after eating strawberries, or as a way of describing the appearance of feces, although the stools that really resemble black currant jelly, are not very common.
What is this love affair? The pathologist with the food terminology? – the best part is the way, which describes aerobic infections in the chest, in which you spit out manure that looks like Anchovy sauce that sounds nasty – even without us.
There are current studies on forest food supplements, such as how they can make it easier the negative effects of ingesting large amounts of saturated fat on the brain and behavior, but these are mice. Perhaps a better way would be, do not feed your mouse pet with stick oil first and foremost.
There are also studies of forest fruits grown in the yard – basic nutritional supplements, which are supposed to improve cognitive performance. See how there is a steep rise in the additive group? Older people will recognize this immediately like an eternal trick, which is part of the classic of the 1950s,
How to lie with statistics. See how they don’t start the Y axis from scratch? This is to inflate the look of the chart. If you adjust the graph, you will see that the effect doesn’t look that impressive. There are studies with real berries on real people, but when they are funded by trade groups from the forestry industry, we get studies like this: afternoon berry breakfast reduced subsequent energy intake.
Great! But compared to candy. Strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries – fantastic, compared to a handful of Jelly Bon, which is just like rubber coated bears. So many berries offer so little that they have to to be compared to candy, to look good?
There’s a famous Harvard study, for which I made a video that says eating berries seems to slow down aging with up to 2 and half years, but we can’t know is there a causal link until we will not check. And indeed the addition of blueberries succeeded to improve memory in older people in just 12 weeks, and this was done by receiving 6 cups of wild blueberries a day.
Now, that is evidential a pilot study that is only meant to check if it has any effect at all. We just didn’t have any studies, to use more realistic doses … so far. How about just one glass a day of blueberries?
They found adding easy achievable amounts of blueberries to the food of older people can improve some aspects of cognitive ability, such as long-term memory. In terms of the number of errors, the placebo group got worse, and the blueberry group improved.
We can even relate cognitive improvements with improved brain function using advanced brain scanning technology to your actually imagine improved blood flow to those same brain regions, caused by the consumption of blueberries.
Does it work in children? Cranberry treatment has been shown to have positive effects on cognitive function in both rats and adults, but does it mean that there are benefits to them and children – human children?
How about a randomized double secret a placebo control study to compare one glass of blueberries with 2 cups and zero cups? What have they found? Improving cognitive performance for all metrics and the more berries are consumed, the better.
And it doesn’t happen 12 weeks after eating fruit and only a few hours after only eating fruit. Sounds like a good breakfast every day, in which our children have exams.
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