UK: Researchers find possible link between brainpower and consumption of glucose, oxygen and gingko biloba
Research conducted at the University of Northumbria, UK, has discovered that glucose, the herb gingko biloba and oxygen can improve mental ability. Andrew Scholey, lead researcher and neuroscientist, is reluctant to assert proof that oxygen and glucose directly boost the brain, but he now believes there is evidence of a clear link between how the brain works and what people consume.
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