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Health & Nutrition

The Wild Difference: Celebrating Wild Foods Day All Month Long

Fall has officially arrived here in Maine, which means Wild Foods Day is right around the corner! Wild Foods Day is celebrated on October 28th., but we wanted to kick things off a little early so we can enjoy our favorite wild foods all month long! For thousands of years,… Read More

Brain Health

New Research Links Eating Flavonoid-Filled Foods to 20% Lower Risk of Cognitive Decline

As another wild blueberry harvest season wraps up in Maine, farmers are freezing these little blue gems so people around the country can enjoy them year round. Over the years, wild blues have earned the nickname “brain berries” and new research further supports this reputation. The new study tracked participants… Read More

Recipes

Brain-Healthy Breakfast Recipes to Start Busy School Mornings Off Right

It’s that time of year again–some kids have already had their first day of school while kids here in Maine are just heading back to the classroom. While it’s still a little unclear what the school year will ultimately look like for your child–either in-person learning or remote–we want to… Read More

Brain Health

Back to School: Brain Support for Kids

As we switch gears from summer to fall, back to school time brings lots of things to mind, including new school clothes, new teachers, and a renewed emphasis on habits to support our children as they get back into the classroom. And, while your child might be more interested in… Read More

Recipes

Summer Camp Lunchbox Friendly Wild Blueberry Recipes

It’s officially summertime, which means that there are tons of adventures waiting for you and your family around every corner–think warm nights spent around the campfire, scenic hikes, lake dips, and best of all, yummy wild blueberry dishes! As the world begins to return to some semblance of normality and… Read More

Health & Nutrition

The Power of Purple: Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, and purple is the official color of the Alzheimer’s awareness movement. It’s a color that we focus on frequently when discussing wild blueberries and their health benefits, because of the beautiful (and healthful) purply-blue pigments that color our tiny berries. But of course,… Read More

Health & Nutrition

Eat for Brain Health with the Cognition Kitchen Guide

The human brain is remarkable and arguably one of the most important organs in the body, yet many people take their brain health for granted. To bring attention to this issue and provide ideas for incorporating brain-healthy foods into the diet, the Wild Blueberry Association of North America has chosen Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month… Read More

Brain Health

Are Wild Blueberries Good for Your Brain?

What you eat matters when it comes to brain health. Read More

Brain Health

Do Wild Blueberries Improve Memory?

Studies indicate daily wild blueberry supplementation for elderly adults experiencing cognitive impairment can enhance neural response in certain areas of the brain. Read More

Brain Health

Wild Blueberries and the Aging Brain

Regular wild blueberry consumption throughout all stages of life supports our brains in various ways, but studies show that there are brain-boosting benefits tied specifically to conditions found in older people. Read More

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