Green tea can facilitate human learning and improve memory, scientists say. Chinese scientists have concluded that green tea can prevent the onset of Alzheimer’s disease due to its properties. According to the researchers, drinking tea with minimal fermentation can improve a person’s memory and facilitate learning.
“Chinese scientists have concluded that consuming green tea can help prevent Alzheimer’s disease,” Xinhua news agency reports, citing scientists’ findings.
The article states that researchers at Angui Agricultural University and the China University of Science and Technology have concluded that green tea can facilitate human learning and improve memory.
“The study provides a theoretical basis for identifying mechanisms for preventing Alzheimer’s disease through tea consumption,” the agency notes, emphasizing that the research paper was previously published in the journal Molecular Nutrition and Food Research.