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TANGLED UP IN BLUE[BERRIES]

Source: A cup has just 85 calories, and regular consumption has been linked to brain benefits.

frozen, or dehydrated, blueberries are loaded with nutrients and anthocyanin antioxidants that reduce inflammation, and boost heart health and immunity. “we eat as many as we can,.

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