Another week, another claim about how a certain food or beverage can save your life. This time, though, you get to be fancy.

For many people, champagne represents celebration. The average person doesn't necessarily break out bubbly on a Tuesday--unless that Tuesday is New Years Eve or the day you finally beat Minesweeper or something--but you might want to consider starting, now that science is discussing the possibility of champagne preventing Alzheimer's Disease:

A compound found in pinot noir and pinot meunier – both used to make champagne – can boost spatial memory and ward off brain diseases.

Academics at Reading University carried out the experiment involving rats and now want to move on to trials involving pensioners.

Well, I'm not a "pensioner" or even English, but I'll volunteer to drink a few glasses of champagne a day for as many years as they need.

I mean, after all, the wildly influential economist John Maynard Keynes once said "My only regret is that I have not drunk more champagne in my life."

Plus, who wouldn't want to make this power move part of their daily life?

Champagne Fountain
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