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10 Times Dr. Oz Has Been Flat Out Wrong Slideshow

The Daily Meal Logo By Michael Serrur of The Daily Meal | Slide 1 of 10: <p>The benefits of blueberries are well documented, and <a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/healthy-eating/you-should-be-eating-these-10-spring-superfoods-slideshow/slide-4"><b>this spring superfood</b></a> should definitely be included in your diet, but are blueberries really a “<a href="http://www.thedailymeal.com/brain-boosting-foods-slideshow/slide-4"><b>brain-boosting food</b></a>?” Well, according to Dr. Oz, they are, but there’s little evidence supporting this extreme claim. There is limited data on human intervention studies, and although blueberry antioxidants are linked to brain health, there is no evidence that they will improve cognitive functioning or intelligence.</p>

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The benefits of blueberries are well documented, and this spring superfood should definitely be included in your diet, but are blueberries really a “brain-boosting food?” Well, according to Dr. Oz, they are, but there’s little evidence supporting this extreme claim. There is limited data on human intervention studies, and although blueberry antioxidants are linked to brain health, there is no evidence that they will improve cognitive functioning or intelligence.

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