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What Science Says about Fruit For Your Health

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What Science Says about Fruit For Your Health

We all know that fresh fruit tastes good, but did you know that berries like raspberries and blueberries have antioxidants, which some studies suggest may positively impact cognitive decline? Check out this recipe for mini berry cream pies for a yummy snack! Visit AARP® Staying Sharp® for more brain health information.

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For Thanksgiving, I made a salad with pears in it. They added such a nice sweetness and texture, and as an added bonus they upped the essential nutrients, like fiber for gut health! Do you include seasonal fruits in your holiday meals?

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my favorite fruit of all times is pineapple. i love the taste of it in any recipe. pineapple soda, pineapple juice, anything flavored with pineapple i'll buy.

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I also love pineapple! 🍍

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Now that fall is upon us, I've been enjoying apples that I picked from a local orchard. Apples are also rich in antioxidants. What other fall fruits are y'all enjoying? 🍎🍏🍐

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How about grapes, as in wine!  🍇

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