Researchers are continuing to explore the neurological effects of green tea

A pioneering study led by researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has shown that drinking tea may lead to better interregional brain organization as compared to non-tea drinkers.
In a collaboration with scientists from the universities of Essex and Cambridge in the United Kingdom, researchers used neuroimaging data to reveal the role of tea drinking on brain organization. The results offer the first evidence of positive contribution of tea drinking on brain structure, imbuing a potentially protective effect against age-related decline.
The study’s novel approach differed from previous tea studies that relied primarily on neuropsychological measures rather than neuroimaging techniques for investigating interregional connections in the brain. Their findings were published in the scientific journal Aging in June 2019.

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