Eating berries has beneficial effects on your brain and may help prevent age-related memory loss. Right. Hmm, now where was this published? Oh, yes, just ate a grape, and there it is, the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. But grapes? Well, yes! A grape is a berry, and the article says blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, and other berry fruits. Of course, two of the three are not berries technically, but apparently something (anti-oxidants?) in fresh berry fruits helps your brain function. How about tomatoes? Kiwifruit? Naranjillas? Currants? Persimmons? Poke berries? Clearly all berries. Will my health insurance buy me some new strawberry plants as a preventative measure? But here's what the Phactor really thinks; it's Berry-Go-Round that keeps your gray cells gay, er, gray. Picture credit here. Oh, and most of those wild berries are not edible, so know your berries.