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    Berries May Slow Memory Loss

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    April 26, 2012 -- Eating berries at least once a week may protect the brain from age-related memory loss, a large new study shows.

    The study included more than 16,000 women who are taking part in the Nurses' Health Study.
    Berries May Slow Memory Loss

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    Blackberry season starts the 5th of Mat here in my local U-pick field. Nom!!!!
    I'll probably eat TOO many the first week... and I don't care.
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    I love going to U pick farms! We have so much fun, and the berries are so delicious! I always freeze some for the groklings' smoothies.
    The more I see the less I know for sure.
    -John Lennon

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    Berries are histamine-promoting, and histamine's involved in formation and maintenance of memory. I believe that's a significant biochemical factor in this phenomenon.

    I have high histamine levels and a natural photographic memory. I have to watch that I don't eat too many histamine-promoting foods because they give me major allergic symptoms, including low blood pressure and chronic catarrh.

    So ... if you're becoming forgetful, try not to forget to eat berries.
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