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Why To Improve Brain Power - Three Drinks Known to Improve Brain Power and Health

Jun 14th 2012 at 1:22 AM

Brain Power and Health

I would like your brain is working better and reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease with very little effort on your part. , Are here to make three proposals, the drinks, which can make a positive difference in their mental wellbeing.

Green tea antioxidant EGCG has been called unique, combining turn into a position of amyloid plaques in Alzheimer's disease in some less harmful molecules. By conversion of these plates is believed that the green tea is said to help decrease (if not prevented) the progression of Alzheimer's disease - and an effect

Just drink four cups a day.

Researchers have found that rooibos tea protects the nervous system and cause the brain, especially against damage from free radicals or chemicals that damage cells and aging that can lead to dementia and degenerative diseases such as disease Alzheimer's. Rooibos (and oolong tea) contain flavonoids and polyphenols, which are both strong antioxidants and free radicals, such as the breakdown of protein and cell mutation can be prevented brain power.

Unfortunately, he lost much of that activity in the processing area, and what is not very soluble in water - the result that half of antioxidant Rooibos tea stronger than the black (which is, unfortunately, 20 percent as strong as green tea!)


If tea is not your cup of tea (no pun intended), then be glad to know, the performances have been seen in coffee drinkers. In fact, two very good articles show that consumption of coffee and caffeine have a great response in reducing the risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease in particular how to improve brain function. A study in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition published that suggests coffee drinkers mild memory and thinking problems associated with age, while a 2002 article found that people who have more caffeine consumed in the Middle Ages for developing Alzheimer's disease seemed to be protected will be protected later.

It is assumed (based on the work carried out in mice) that caffeine, the level of the plaque that forms lower in the brains of Alzheimer's patients, such as caffeine can stop the movements of bad cholesterol from the bloodstream in the brain. Although there was speculation about the impact on humans, researchers can see no reason why the effects should be and therefore the results are the same.

Whether coffee has a role in preventing Alzheimer's disease or other benefits from coffee drinking were not observed. These include a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, Parkinson's disease, liver cirrhosis and liver cancer and even suicide! So with all these advantages, it may be useful to have a cup or two anyway!

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Jun 24th 2012 at 12:59 PM by LonnieG
It is nice to learn that some of our favorite beverages are being found to have some beneficial affects that we may not have expected! Thanks for an informative article. ~LonnieG

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