I'll Drink to That
Dr Riby used a series of memory tests and brain-imaging techniques to assess how volunteers responded after guzzling sugary drinks.
He found the hippocampus lit up with activity after participants had a sweetened drink and they were able to recall 17 per cent more than without a drink.
Dr Riby continued: "Our research shows that consuming a glucose drink can significantly boost memory recall.
"What's more, our work on young and middle aged adults shows if we can 'train' our bodies early in life to effectively use their own glucose reserves, poor memory function can be minimised in adulthood."
Well, what do you know? First wine was good, then masturbation, then *some* alcohol, and now sugar. Things are definitely looking up...