Grape Juice Consumption and Cognitive Function

Concord grape juice, cognitive function, and driving performance: A 12-wk, placebo controlled, randomized crossover trial in mothers of preteen children

Daniel Lamport, PhD; Clare Lawton, PhD; Natasha Merat, PhD; et al.American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. February 2016; 103(3): 775-783

Key Findings: For the first time, researchers found that the cognitive health effects (i.e. memory benefits) associated with the Concord grape are not exclusive to older adults and that younger, healthy women may also benefit from drinking 100% grape juice made from Concord grapes.

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