Welch's Purple Grape Nootropic

Welch's Purple Grape Nootropic
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Here’s a cheap, easy, and readily available cognitive enhancer for you:

The Noot: 230ml (~8oz) of Welch’s Purple Grape Juice

note: there was also a placebo group that used Welch’s White Grape Juice (which has much, much less anthocyanin content) instead of the Purple Grape Juice

Subjects: Healthy Young Adults

Results:

Conclusion:

It’s literally just Welch’s purple Concord grape juice, the stuff you can find in your local grocery store.

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Good find! After learning about the cardiovascular benefits of anthocyanins, I recently added blueberries into my diet, too.

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But I want to spend $40 on a stylish tub filled with powder!

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Thanks. Yeah, blueberries are definitely very healthy too. A bit more expensive than grapes though, so it’s nice to see grapes have benefits too, and even a little nicer to see that cheap grape juice can too.

I’m sure you can find some fancy grape juice at Whole Foods for close to that.

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Also some interesting research on orange juice:

The juice:

Results:

Conclusion:

And a combination of orange and grapefruit juice:

The Juice:

[quote]The 500-ml HF drink was a commercially available 100 % juice (Tropicana Ruby Breakfast Juice; PepsiCo Inc.), which naturally contained 70.5-mg flavonoids

Ingredients:Orange Juice (81%), Pink Grapefruit Juice (9%), Blood Orange Juice (9%), Elderberry Juice[/quote]

Results:

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