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Reach for the Blues for Healthy Aging

Blue and purple fruits and vegetables contain health-promoting phytochemicals, which are being studied for their anti-aging benefits. It's believed that eating produce that is blue or purple in color can help maintain urinary tract health, lower the risk of some cancers and help with memory function.

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Blackberry

High in fiber and folate, blackberries are also a good source of vitamin C and contain small amounts of iron, calcium and vitamin E.

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Blueberry

Blueberries can help reduce the risk of urinary tract infection, and their high antioxidant level helps reduce the buildup of bad cholesterol.

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Prune

Very high in antioxidants and a good source of vitamin A, dried plums and raisins also contain vitamin E, potassium, iron and B vitamins, as well as magnesium and phosphorous.

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