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The daily express: Drinking three cups of coffee a day could be the key to beating Alzheimer's disease, according to a study.

 

Scientists say they have the first direct evidence that regularly drinking coffee can not only reduce the risk of suffering the brain-wasting disease but delay its onset.
Their study found that older people who kept caffeine levels topped up in their blood were far less likely to suffer from the disease.

The findings indicate caffeine, the source of which was mainly coffee, offers some protection against the onset of Alzheimer's.

Lead researcher Dr Chuanhai Cao, a neuroscientist at the University of South Florida Health Byrd Alzheimer's Institute, said: "We firmly believe that moderate coffee consumption can appreciably reduce your risk of Alzheimer's or delay its onset.-Ě

Study co-author Dr Gary Arendash added: "Moderate daily consumption of caffeinated coffee appears to be the best dietary option for long-term ¬≠protection against Alzheimer's ¬≠memory loss. Coffee is inexpensive, readily ¬≠available, easily gets into the brain, and has few side-effects for most of us. Moreover, our studies show that ¬≠caffeine and coffee appear to directly attack the Alzheimer's disease ¬≠process.-Ě

Dr Cao added: "We are not saying that moderate coffee consumption will completely protect people from Alzheimer's disease. "However, we firmly believe that moderate coffee consumption can appreciably reduce your risk of Alzheimer's or delay its onset

( Courtesy: http://www.timesofoman.com/ )

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