Wild Blueberries in the News

A Healthy Trader Joe’s Shopping List From a Nutritionist

Kelly LeVeque, CN, a holistic nutritionist, wellness expert, celebrity health coach, and best-selling author, always has TJs frozen wild blueberries on her list for a sweet snack.

The #1 Best Smoothie to Slow Aging, Say Dietitians

Tammy Lakatos Shames, RDN, CDN, CFT, and Lyssie Lakatos, RDK, CDN, CFT, also known as The Nutrition Twins, share an anti-aging wild blueberry smoothie recipe.

Popular Foods That May Improve Brain Health, Says Dietitian

Lauren Harris-Pincus MS, RDN states wild blueberry consumption throughout all stages of life supports brain health.

The #1 Best Snack to Reduce Inflammation, Says Dietitian

Lauren Harris-Pincus MS, RDN notes how wild blueberries because of their anthocyanin content can help reduce inflammation and are beneficial to overall human health.

Wild Blueberry Weekend Kicks off Saturday

Maine’s first annual Wild Blueberry Weekend gets underway.

July is now National Blueberry Month at urging of Maine Pols

July is Designated National Blueberry Month in honor of Maine’s most popular fruit crop.

Maine to Celebrate Blueberry Crop on Second August Weekend

Maine will celebrate the wild blueberry crop with a new weekend of events in early August.

Let’s get wild: Mills declares Aug. 7-8 as Maine’s first Wild Blueberry Weekend

Governor Janet Mills declaration of Maine’s first annual Wild Blueberry Weekend.

Senate Recognizes Blueberry Industry, as Maine plans Weekend Festival

Bi-partisan US Senate resolution passes recognizing the importance of Maine’s wild blueberry industry and its $4.7 billion annual economic impact; First Wild Blueberry Weekend proclaimed by Governor Janet Mills.

5 Things You Shouldn’t Do When Trying to Boost Brain Health – And 5 Things You Should

Amy Gorin, RDN, a plant-based registered dietitian and owner of Plant-Based Eats, gives five tips for boosting brain health and notes that wild blueberries are a great brain food.

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