Healthspan Head of Nutrition Rob Hobson July 14, 2017

Berries are a rich source of vitamin C, which is associated with a reduced risk of stroke: a risk factor for diseases such as Alzheimer’s and dementia. Blueberries are a particularly good source of antioxidant flavonoids, which research has associated with higher cognitive function (predictive of lower dementia risk). Whilst one single food is not going to prevent disease, blueberries make a nutritious addition to a healthy diet.


•1 beetroot, peeled and chopped
•1 apple, quartered, peeled and chopped
•100g blueberries
•2 tsp freshly grated ginger
•250ml chilled water


1. Place all the ingredients except the water in a blender and whizz until smooth.
2. Add the chilled water and blend again to combine.
Serves: 1
100 calories per serving


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