The secret ingredients of margaritas for your brain

You’ve just eaten a margarita and you’re feeling pretty good.

But what’s going on in your head?

Is your brain making the drinks that are making you feel so good?

That’s the question being raised by researchers at the University of Reading, who recently released the results of their research on a brain-enhanced version of the classic margarito.

The researchers found that the cocktail, which contains two of the world’s most popular and widely consumed ingredients, is a highly effective treatment for depression.

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What you need now:Cerebral scans have shown that people with dementia are more likely to have impaired mental functioning.

The cocktail is also a popular hangover cure, but not all people who suffer from dementia have a drink of this particular brand.

For more than 10 years, scientists have been testing whether drinking alcohol causes dementia.

Now the team from the University, led by Professor Peter Mather, are trying to prove it.

Professor Mather is an expert in the study of memory, and the research team had been working on this study for years.

They wanted to test whether the brain made from the brain cells of the same people could make people feel better after a brain injury.

This is not a new idea, and it has been researched for decades.

But the research involved two brain cells from two different people.

They are connected via a special type of gene called TET1.

The TET gene is also used in the development of certain cancers.

The researchers wanted to see if these brain cells were capable of making a drink that would enhance the mental health of people who suffered brain damage.

The team used a procedure known as trans-sulfuration, in which the DNA of the brain is broken down in the lab.

They then isolated the DNA from these two cells and transferred it into the brain of a patient.

The results of this process showed that the two cells had the ability to produce alcohol-like compounds in the brain, such as the benzoylecgonine molecule that is known to be produced by alcohol dehydrogenase, which normally produces ethanol.

What the research says:When the team made the drinks, they discovered that one of the two brain cell lines had the TET2 gene, which was found to be active in people who have been exposed to alcohol.

They found that this process could produce the alcohol-based compounds.

Professor Peter Mater said:This is a really exciting result that we are now looking at for the first time, which is a major step forward for research in the field of Alzheimer’s disease.

The findings suggest that we might be able to make drink that could reverse some of the damage caused by dementia.

However, they do not say exactly how this process might work, or if it would affect people who do not have dementia.

This research was published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).

What you can do:The researchers believe that this could be used in a cocktail to reduce alcohol-related symptoms.

For example, if you drank two drinks a day, and then stopped drinking after three months, you could stop drinking entirely.

They said:If you stop drinking after six months, and you have the same alcohol level, you can still drink and still get some benefit.

If you drink a cocktail regularly for six months or a year, you will see a reduction in symptoms of the disease.

If it’s done regularly, and regularly, then the benefits will continue.

You can try this at home.

If that doesn’t work, you might want to try a cocktail with alcohol, or a mix of drinks.

If drinking a cocktail, you should be encouraged to try it.

For those who cannot drink at home, you may want to consult a doctor for advice on what the drink could be and what you should do if you develop symptoms.