1. Carrot and Beet Juice for Better Memory 

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The Journal of Nutrition study, mice that were fed luteolin had better spatial memory as compared to those who didn't get any luteolin. Bell peppers, celery, rosemary are other rich sources of it.​Beets are rich in naturally occurring nitrates that help you fight Dementia.

2. Pink Grapefruit Juice for Smoother Skin

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As per a study published in the European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics, researchers found that of the 20 individuals studied, those who had higher skin concentrations of lycopene had smoother skin. ​Pink grapefruit gets its pink-red pigment from lycopene, a component known to keep skin smooth.

3. Alcohol to Fight Alzheimer's Disease

Our brain cells die as we age, drinking alcohol in moderate quantity somehow prevents Alzheimer's in the latter stage. However high doses lead to brain cell damage that may itself harm as much as permanent memory loss.

4. Coffee to Prevent Skin Cancer

Sipping a cup of coffee everyday may lower your risk of getting skin cancer. In a study of more than 93,000 women, published in the European Journal of Cancer Prevention, those who drank 1 cup coffee a day reduced their risk of developing skin cancer by about 10%. 

5. Cocoa for a Healthier Heart

Beverages that are high on cocoa content, have flavanoids. Flavanols help preserve the healthy function of blood vessels and reduces the risk of high blood pressure.

6. Water for Fresher Breath

​Dry mouth can cause bad breath. Water keeps your throat and lips hydrated and prevents them from getting dry. 

7. Orange Juice for Eye Health

People with low levels of antioxidants are more likely to develop signs of aging. Vitamin C, which is abundant in orange juice—is one antioxidant that seems to be especially protective against such issues. 

8. Green Tea to Fix Inflammation

Green tea is full of potent antioxidants that help kill inflammation. Researchers from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock have found that green tea can inhibit oxidative stress and hence help keep stomach healthy.

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