7/8/2013 – Champagne Anti-Aging Regimen Could Improve Memory, Research Suggests

Jul 08, 2013 Comments Off by

New research indicates that moderate Champagne (or any sparkling wine) consumption has a positive effect on memory as we age; now isn’t that the good news you’ve been waiting for? According to researchers at the UK’s Reading University, specific polyphenol compounds in red grapes are believed to improve spatial memory and assist in memory storage. These phenols slow the loss of proteins (a loss commonly associated with aging) that are responsible for storing memory.  Red wine is known to have these phenols, but researchers weren’t so sure about bubbly.

Read the full article at Forbes.

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