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Green Tea Can Active The Brain
Risun Bio-Tech Inc | Updated: Sep 19, 2016

Green Tea Can Active the Brain 


    Studies have suggested that catechins in green tea can reach the brain and help protect the neurons (nerve cells), and reduce 

decline in brain function.

    Green tea may specifically help to prevent Alzheimer’s disease, one of the primary causes of memory loss.


    Studies also suggest that L-theanine, the ¿relaxing¿ amino acid in green and matcha tea, may have benefits for memory

    

    Studies also suggest that L-theanine, the ‘relaxing’ amino acid in green and matcha tea, may have benefits for memory

    

    To get technical for a moment, it’s been reported that the catechins in green tea can help prevent the build-up of amyloid plaques,

and also help reduce accumulation of phosphorylated tau proteins.

    

    These are two of the processes that occur in Alzheimer’s disease and lead to decline in memory and cognitive function (thinking, 

reasoning, learning, etc.).

    

    And it may be not only the catechins at work in protecting our memory. 

    

    Studies also suggest that L-theanine, the ‘relaxing’ amino acid in green and matcha tea, may have benefits for memory and reducing 

decline in cognitive function as we get older.