A recent study has revealed that people who regularly drink tea have better organized brain regions, which is linked with healthy cognitive function, as compared to non-tea drinkers. The study was published in the journal “Aging”. After examining the participants’ cognitive performance and imaging results, researchers found that people who consumed tea – be it green tea, oolong tea, or black tea at least four times a week for about 25 years, had brain regions interconnected in a more efficient way.
As per the previous studies, tea intake is beneficial to human health and has a few positive effects, including uplifting of mood and prevention of health-related diseases. For this study, researchers examined 36 adults aged 60 and above, and collected the data about their lifestyle, health and psychological well-being. The study was conducted for three years – from 2015 to 2018.
Tea is one of the most popular beverages consumed by people across the world. People have their unique ways of drinking tea – while some add ginger , cardamom and milk to their tea, others like to consume it as a black or green tea.