Sunday, December 25, 2011


Blueberries were introduced
to early settlers in North
America by American
Indians, for whom they
were a staple food. Along
with cranberries, the high
vitamin C content in
blueberries prevented
the Indians from dying of
scurvy. The pigment, which
is mostly in the skin, has
a high concentration of
antioxidants. Blueberries 
may even help prevent 
Alzheimer’s disease and
other forms of dementia.
Containing more antioxidant chemicals than red wine,
blueberries are good for the heart and circulation. Added to breakfast smoothies or sprinkled over
your morning cereal, they are a powerful package.

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