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Green tea benefits forgetfulness

A recent study has shown that an antioxidant constituent of green tea can be protective against degenerative brain changes that normally take place in people who develop Alzheimer’s disease. Memory loss and nerve injury from Alzheimer’s disease specific amyloid plaques is reduced by preventing the formation of the plaques. The findings are yet to be applied to humans, however.

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About: Green tea benefits forgetfulness

Date: 21 September 2005

Source: New Indpress


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