Blueberries, Strawberries May Reduce Parkinson’s Disease Risks Up To 25 Percent

Blueberries may help reduce Parkinson's disease risks

New research discovered that foods that are antioxidant rich, like blueberries, strawberries, and acai berries, may be beneficial in helping prevent Parkinson’s disease.

The study explained that individuals who consumed at least two cups of berries each week, noticed 25 percent less chance of developing Parkinson’s disease when compared to individuals who ate one cup or less of the berries each week.

WebMD explains in a recent report, that men noticed risk decreases around 35 percent when consuming at least two cups of the beneficial berries.

Additional food and drink items containing flavonoids are red wine, tea, apples, citrus fruits, and many kinds of chocolate.

Parkinson’s disease symptoms include shaking, stiffness, and tremors.

Scientists are unsure as to the exact causes of the disease, and findings like this that show to reduce risks of developing the disease are extremely important.