UNC study finds eating wild blueberries could be key to keeping a sharp mind

Wild blueberries contain phytochemicals, which can provide health benefits. (Kevin Casper / Creative Commons)

A recent UNC study found that wild blueberries are healthier than previously thought. Wild blueberries, as opposed to regular blueberries, improved brain processing speed in participants who experienced cognitive decline.

Sofía Basurto reports.

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