@drSDRKY @HeartOTXHeartMD @deNutrients @sminaev2015 @drjohnwhyte Yes but Health Blog mentions the article without attempting to provide an actual source. That is really poor. I think this is the article they meant, from 2014: https://t.co/UM81hzrDNc
Studies referenced in the video: https://t.co/VEdoNVA3gW... https://t.co/CzVHz2U7Sp... https://t.co/jhnO2ZzOlN... https://t.co/rJeIxo3Q1B... https://t.co/HcvTyMwF1Z https://t.co/TEizWnLQl1... https://t.co/jhnO2ZzOlN... https://t.co/WVGtyZ3zM2... https://t.
@foundmyfitness! You asked @sleepdiplomat about caffeine and memory & learning. MW said "we don't know about caffeine," but there was a study in '14 that showed post-study caffeine enhances memory consolidation. Love your show! https://t.co/mlrsgQBV
Further research suggests higher caffeine intake has potential to reduce risk of cognitive impairment, dementia https://t.co/UewGygXFYe
Post-study caffeine administration enhances memory consolidation in humans https://t.co/pjaklp5Lxd
https://t.co/A0YV0T4ufI official - caffeine helps memory consolidation!