Looking to boost your memory?
Follow what the Brits have been doing for over 350 years, the Japanese for 1,200 years and the Chinese for over 5,000 years. Drink tea.
A team from the Medicinal Plant Research Centre at Newcastle University in northeast England makes this recommendation about both green and black tea.
Their research found that tea inhibits the activity of key enzymes in the brain associated with memory.
The researchers hope their findings, published in the Phytotherapy Research journal will lead to the development of a new treatment for Alzheimer's Disease.
Alzheimer's effects approximately 10 million people every year.
Lead researcher Dr. Ed Okello has high hopes that drinking regular cups of tea could help improve your memory.