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Coffee Drinking Prevents Alzheimers, Research Shows

According to a new study conducted on mice, coffee drinking may help keep Alzheimer’s disease, characterized by increased memory loss over time, at bay.

Published in the Journal For Alzheimer’s Disease, the study involved injecting mice with the same Alzheimer’s gene found in humans. Mice that were given the equivalent of four to five cups of coffee per day were found to show drastically reduced symptoms of memory loss.

The findings supported previous research concluding that caffeine has some ability to block the production of beta amyloid, a protein that clogs the brains of Alzheimer’s patients.



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