Tea, apples and berries could stave off age-related memory loss, study suggests

Research found 71-year-olds with high flavanol consumption had better memory function

People who have a diet rich in flavanols, which are found in tea, apples and berries, may be less likely to develop age-related memory loss, research suggests.

A three-year study of 3,562 people aged about 71 found those with high regular flavanol consumption had better hippocampal memory function, which includes short-term memory-making, than those who didn’t.

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