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More evidence of green tea’s brain benefits

More evidence of green tea’s brain benefits

Further study shows that green tea can improve reference and working memory-related learning ability, reported by Nutra Ingredients. Abdul Haque from Shimane University Faculty of Medicine studies this improvement from rats through study its learning ability through radial maze:

… The new study, published in the April issue of the Journal of Nutrition (Vol. 136, pp. 1043-1047), reports the effects of green tea extracts in the form of Mitsui Norin’s commercial Polyphenon E (PE) on the cognitive learning ability of rats.

The concentration of catechins was classified as 63 per cent EGCG, 11 per cent epicatechin (EC), six per cent epigallocatechin (EGC), and six per cent epicatechin gallate (ECG)…

More evidence of green tea’s brain benefits – [Nutra Ingredients]

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