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Blueberry Extract and Phyto Power: Because. Science.

Why we so love the Blueberry Extract and Phyto Power? Because. Science. 

It is very gratifying to see scientists finding more amazing results with blueberries and brain / nervous system repair. 

Seann and I started our journey learning about the power of blueberries with a giant of a neuroscientist - James Joseph, PhD. He was so kind to us, and readily helped us whenever we called upon him. It is heart warming to see his research group continuing on to innovate in this field. 

Today we’ll highlight the Blueberry Extract and phyto power (there are three species of blueberries in the Phyto Power!).

I have been reading and speaking with people who are suffering from depression and need some mood elevation. We have talked about the blueberries and brain /nervous system repair and today let’s talk about mood. 

Studies are showing that blueberries help to elevate the mood by boosting the brain's ability to think rather than get stuck ruminating which often leads into depression (Miller et al., 2018; Soviet et al., 2022).

Certain types of thinking, like ruminating, or focusing on worse case scenarios in our mind leads to depression, like revisiting certain episodes in the past without the seemingly ability to stop and get out of the loop.

Two studies, one with young adults around the age of 20 (18-20, and the other with younger children around the age of ten (7-10), have shown that flavonoid rich blueberry drink made a significant difference in mood (Khalid et al., 2017). 

The findings were positive for elevated moods and we still need more of the mechanical aspect of how do these blueberries change the brain and mood. As usual - we need more research!  

Blueberry Extract  

Blueberry Extract 

suggested amount:  1 capsule of Blueberry Extract daily. 




  • Khalid, S., Barfoot, K. L., May, G., Lamport, D. J., Reynolds, S. A., & Williams, C. M. (2017). Effects of acute blueberry flavonoids on mood in children and young adults. Nutrients9(2), 158.
  • Soveid, N., Barkhidarian, B., Moradi, S., Gholami, F., Rasaei, N., Himmerich, H., & Mirzaei, K. (2022). The Potential Effect of Blueberry on Cognitive Health and Mood State Based on Human Intervention Studies: Systematic Review and Mini Meta-Analysis. CNS & Neurological Disorders-Drug Targets (Formerly Current Drug Targets-CNS & Neurological Disorders). Abstract


Yours as always,


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And blueberries also improve cognition in older adults: 

Miller, M. G., Hamilton, D. A., Joseph, J. A., & Shukitt-Hale, B. (2018). Dietary blueberry improves cognition among older adults in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. European journal of nutrition, 57(3), 1169-1180.

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