Study: Drinking Champagne Can Improve Memory and Prevent Dementia.

Hey guys, have you heard the latest news? Well, apparently, a recent study has discovered that champagne is not only delicious. The researchers have found that it can also have positive effects on memory. Yes, a group of researchers have discovered that the bubbly drink contains phenols that counteract age-related memory problems, such as dementia.

Here’s what you need to know – a recent study from the University of Reading in the UK examined champagne’s impact on memory. And, they’ve discovered that the drink contains phenols, which stimulate signals in the brain and ultimately may help us remember things better. Phenols can also counteract age-related memory impairment, such as dementia.

You should also know that champagne contains higher amounts of phenol than in white wine. Note: the researchers leading the study highly recommend that you should drink one to three glasses of champagne a week. That’s the optimal amount.

The famous professor Jeremy Spencer said that these exciting results illustrate for the first time that the moderate consumption of champagne has the potential to influence cognitive functioning, such as memory. But, he also said that drinking an entire bottle of champagne is probably a bad idea.

You should also be careful, because champagne consumption’s effect on the liver and kidneys was not examined in this study, however past research from the University of Reading has shown that two glasses of champagne can be good for the heart and blood circulation. This in turn may reduce the risk of heart disease and strokes. So, you should drink 1 or 2 glasses of champagne – per week. Don’t drink one bottle of champagne every day – it won’t boost your memory! We really hope you find this article helpful and don’t forget to share it with your friends and family. Thank You.

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