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Super Blue Fruits

Blue fruits get their vibrant color from the plant compound called polyphenols. They are high in anthocyanin which is a polyphenolic pigment responsible for the blue hues. Research suggests that diets high in anthocyanin promotes heart health while reducing risk of type 2 diabetes, certain cancers and obesity among other diseases. Here are powerful blue …

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Alzheimer’s and Daily Exercise

New studies authored by Ozioma Okonkwo, PhD, an assistant professor of medicine at the University of Wisconsin shows growing evidence that regular exercise can reduce Alzheimer’s symptoms. This research presented at the American Psychological Association’s meeting have found a correlation between physical activity and fewer signs or weaker symptoms of Alzheimer’s and other forms of …

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