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Drinking 3 cups of coffee per day may help prevent Alzheimer’s disease

Do you make multiple trips to Starbucks daily? Well, that caffeine headache, and nervousness may be worth it in the long term. New research from the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee found that people who drink between three and five cups of coffee per day reduce their risk of Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and Parkinson’s disease by up to 27 percent.

“Moderate coffee consumption may play an important role in the reduction of the cognitive functions that would affect the health of the results and the expenditure in health care,” said professor Rodrigo A. Cunha of the University of Coimbra in Portugal.

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The combination of caffeine, antioxidants and polyphenols found naturally in tea are likely to be factors that contribute to this scientific discovery.

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The report cited that the caffeine role in the reduction of the cognitive decline is especially effective in older men. Weight loss is certainly a challenge, but these tips will provide you with the information you need to conquer it.

Also, consuming up to 400 milligrams of coffee per day (or about five cups) does not lead to immediate health problems.

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