Powerful Drink Cuts Alzheimer’s Risk in HALF
If you’ve ever watched a loved one fight a losing battle with Alzheimer’s, chances are you’ve asked yourself a few questions.
Questions like, “How did this happen?”
And maybe more importantly, “How can I make sure this never happens to me?”
I know, because patients ask me questions like these all the time.
Fortunately, when it comes to preventing Alzheimer’s, there are some easy steps you can start taking today.
In fact, research shows that one powerful drink… one that’s probably sitting in your home right now… may even slash your Alzheimer’s risk in HALF.
When it comes to the best brew for your brain, it doesn’t get much better than green tea.
Studies consistently show that the people who drink the most green tea are less likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease.
But if you haven’t started your green tea habit yet, you will after reading the results of this latest study.
Researchers followed about 1,000 adults in China for seven years. Here’s what they found:
Just ONE cup of tea per day reduced the risk of cognitive decline by 50 percent.
Even more exciting? In people who carried the APOE4 gene – that’s a gene that makes you more likely to develop Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia – drinking one cup of tea per day made them 85 percent less likely to lose critical brain function.
In other words, green tea offers important protection for everyone – but it is especially effective in those who need it most.
And this is just the latest study to show the brain-boosting benefits of green tea.
One exciting study showed that green tea can not only prevent Alzheimer’s, but it can actually lead to improvements in brain function – especially in those who are already suffering from memory impairment!
There are dozens more studies just like these that add even more proof to the green tea/brain health connection.
And that’s all the proof I need.
In fact, why are you still reading this article?
If I were you, I’d make myself a nice hot cup of tea right now.
Your brain is going to thank you down the road.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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