Blueberries have long been praised for their many nutritional benefits, but new research shows that blueberries even support cognitive function.
Researchers at Northern Arizona University discovered that dark chocolate can boost attention levels and alertness as well as lower blood pressure.
A study comparing the obesity-fighting power of different foods found some fruits were among the most helpful for weight loss.
Recent research found that Artichokes, celery and herbs, particularly Mexican oregano have been found to contain flavonoids that kill human pancreatic cells.
Consuming high levels of flavonoids, found in foods such as chocolate, tea, berries and wine, may help protect against type II diabetes.
Research suggests that eating berries regularly can help clear the plaques that exhibit frequently with dementia and other chronic brain diseases.
These fruits contains a specific type of antioxidant that provides powerful brain protection.
Those who peel apples before eating them may be missing an important health benefit – aid in prevention of high blood pressure.
Black tea may be an ally in your efforts to prevent diabetes.
New research indicates strawberries a quite the superfruit!