Modern HIV treatment is unable to control the complete replication of the virus into the brain. Medicines produce no effect on complications related to neurocognitive distortions in HIV-positive individuals.
A recent study by Dr. Joseph Steiner and his colleagues at the Johns Hopkins University found that a group of plant polyphenols known as catechins that are found in green tea leaves and seeds of cacao trees can be of help in inhibiting these neurological complications.
Catechins possess powerful brain neurons protecting properties. A cup of green tea with a slice of dark chocolate useful not only for HIV-positive individuals, but for all who care about their health.