New drink could reduce chance of developing Alzheimer’s disease
A businessman has launched a soft drink could help to reduce the chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease and dementia
The pioneering soft drink – which is a world first – will be available exclusively online from January and is available to pre-order now.
Called Brainwave, it has been developed by County Durham entrepreneur Richard Baister, based on research by a Newcastle University professor which shows a positive relationship between the daily intake of green tea extracts at a certain level and cognitive health.
The drink contains concentrated extracts of various natural ingredients which, when consumed in combination, enables the body to absorb the maximum benefit from the green tea extracts.
Research undertaken by Dr Ed Okello of Newcastle University has proved that regular consumption of this level of green tea alongside the specific active ingredients in Brainwave can significantly reduce the chances of developing Alzheimer’s disease or dementia in later life.
Mr Baister said: “Brainwave is the first drink of its kind which is designed to help consumers maintain a healthy mind.
” Brainwave can be pre-ordered at www.brainwavedrinks.com