Hot Cocoa Surges Cognitive Abilities: Cocoa and Brain Function

One big helping of hot chocolate a day could keep the mind solid, a new study
finds.

The exploration included 60 individuals whose normal age was 73.

They were given tests of memory and deduction abilities and the blood stream in their brains was measured.

50% of the study participants were given hot chocolate rich in a cancer prevention agent called flavanol.

The other half got flavanol-less hot chocolate.

Both gatherings kept on having hot chocolate consistently for two a month.

The outcomes demonstrated that individuals who had weakened blood stream in the cerebrum enhanced in the wake of drinking the flavanol-rich cocoa.

Individuals with weakened blood stream likewise enhanced tests of memory and intuition abilities.

There was no change for individuals with typical blood flow.

The study was distributed in the journal Neurology.

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