Polyphenols are the path to better brain function. Beets and berries get you there.

Karen Fitzpatrick-Dame, ChhC, AADP
All berries are high in polyphenols and you can’t go wrong with eating them. Strawberries, cherries, cranberries, blueberries, they’re all polyphenol-rich foods. Beets are also high in polyphenols.
The October 2022 study "Polyphenols as potential enhancers of stem cell therapy against neurodegeneration" published in Neural Regeneration Research found that polyphenols increased stem cell growth and activity in the brain, improving cognition. Polyphenols are natural compounds that improve brain function, including memory, learning, and cognitive function. They also protect neurons from injury caused by neurotoxins, suppress neuroinflammation, and increase brain plasticity.
Polyphenols are neuroprotective agents that directly cross the blood-brain barrier into brain tissue from the foods you eat that contain them.
Other health benefits from berries and beets:
  • Reduces Liver Fat
  • Lowers Triglyceride Levels
  • Improves Cardiac Health! Reverses Liver Damage
  • Improves Hormone Health
  • Detoxes The Body
  • Relieves Constipation
  • Better Brain Health
  • Better Exercise Stamina

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