Drinking Beer in Moderation Improve the Learning of New Information in Teenagers?
During many years, researchers around the world have found nutrients – proteins, vitamins and minerals - in different foods that help teenagers with their learning ability and memory, in other words, something to improve and accelerate their learning process. Different foods such as vegetables and fruits have been using to make several products which increase teenager’s intellect, for example: RIQALL and GINGKO (memory and mental alertness capsules). However, researchers also have found an alcoholic product which contributes to enhance intellect. It is beer - the third most popular drink overall after water and tea. But, is this alcoholic drink bad for teenagers and their learning process? To the contrary, a beer is healthy! This is what recent studies have shown: drinking in moderation - about one drink a day - is associated with improved their mental capacity, reduced stress and be healthy.
Learning involves a change in attitude or behavior. For example, children learn to identify objects at an early age; adults learn to solve complex problems and teenagers learn to improve study habits. Accordingly, if we change a habit or add a new one in teenagers between 15 and 18 years old, it will reduce learning disabilities. Of course, one of these habits can be drink a small amount of alcohol: a beer!
A 2010 study of 70,000 teenagers – to be precise, ages from 13 and 18 – conducted by researchers at Italy’s Fondazion di Ricerca e Cura found that: “Moderate beer drinkers are less likely to develop mental problems than teenagers who do not drink a beer.” It has a positive effect on short-term memory, reasoning capacity and concentration. Taking advantage of this study and knowing that the most popular drinking among teenagers is beer, they require drinking one beer per day in order to improve their mental capacity and their learning process. Doing this, they will be more...
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