Love to Eat| The list of coffee’s health benefits continues to rise. Today’s is not the first study to suggest that a substantial review of current caffeine research indicates that caffeine may be protective against the cognitive decline seen in dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Researchers note that caffeine also appears to serve as a mood enhancer and anti-depressant. Depression is a common side-association of dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease.
The current findings don’t promote coffee as any kind of treatment for Alzheimer’s but more an improver of life. As a prevention factor against dementia, coffee is gaining a strong body of evidence. Read on at Science Daily
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