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Effects of Green Tea on Brain Function
Submission Deadline: May 31, 2023 (Open) Submit Now
Keiko Unno, PhD
Tea Science Center, University of Shizuoka, Shizuoka, Japan.
Research interests: green tea, brain function, aging, stress
About This Topic
Green tea contains many functional ingredients, including catechins such as epigallocatechin gallate, caffeine, and amino acids such as theanine and glutamic acid. The importance of functional foods has been pointed out in "preventive medicine," which is the practice of preventing illness rather than curing it with medicine after it has occurred. Among these, green tea is considered to be the food with the highest functional properties.
For example, aging and stress have serious effects on brain functions. As the aging population is growing worldwide, the prevention of aging is a universal problem. Brain aging is an important issue not only for improving the quality of life of individuals but also for social and economic reasons. In addition, depression is the most common mental disorder, and stress accumulation is an important risk factor for depression. Green tea may play a significant role in healthy aging and stress reduction. In this special issue, we would like to present the findings on the various effects of green tea on brain function.
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