Food for Thought periodically reports on nutrition research aimed at improving health and well-being.
The science behind food’s effects on human health is discovering some tasty benefits.
As the world’s elderly population races toward an estimated 2 billion by 2050, memory loss is expected to take a substantial toll. But recent research shows that polyphenols from grapes and blueberries combined may help boost declining memory among some older adults.
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