It will be normal if anyone says to you that Green tea is good for health; because that is the general image of green tea among the public. But few know the wide range of health benefits exactly. Recent studies have found that one such crucial health benefit of green tea is our Memory improvement.
Majority of people dream of having a powerful memory, something akin to a computer and will be seen making desperate efforts to achieve that. Obviously, there are other ways of improving memory, brain power, but most of those ways require special efforts and a separate time to execute. That is not the case with green tea.
Drinking tea is an everyday activity of almost everyone around the world. Even in India, tea is the most consumed beverage. You might as well replace the usual brown tea with the green tea, and see your memory become sharper gradually. Green tea is made from unoxidised leaves; thus, minimum processing of these leaves keep them rich in Antioxidants.
Green tea boosts your brain cells and calms the nervousness. The frontal context and parietal context connected more. The chemicals found in green tea help to increase your learning skills, spatial learning and generation of brain cells. For that to happen, you need to drink at least one cup of green tea every day.
Not just that, green tea also protects our brain in other ways. It has been proved to block the harmful proteins that are responsible for Alzheimer’s disease. Thus, besides improving our memory, it also protects us from memory loss. An organic molecule in the green tea, EGCG (epigallocatechin-3-gallate) alleviates the HFFD (high-fat and high-fructose) improving our working memory in the process.
Among all the types of teas, it is the green tea that gives us more health benefits than others. All of this backed by multiple and independent research and studies. It is always wise to grab a cup of green tea regularly and remember more than doing any other solutions and failing in them. It is one of the healthiest tasks you will do for your brain.
Posted on 9 January, 2018 | PratikshaRavindran