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Experts: coffee reduces the likelihood of developing dementia

Recently, a study was conducted that proved the benefits of coffee to protect against two dangerous diseases that impair intellectual ability.
In the scientific environment, coffee is an inconsistent drink. Some scientists argue about its benefits, while others - about the harmful effects. 

Recently, another study was conducted that proved the benefits of coffee to protect against two dangerous diseases that impair intellectual ability. 

Representatives of science from Canada believe that coffee reduces the risk of dementia (dementia). 

During the roasting of grains, special components are formed that reduce the risk of the emergence of such dangerous diseases as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's. 

For information, experts have studied coffee of different degrees of roasting: light and strong with caffeine, and without it.

It was found that strong coffee (or dark) roasting with or without caffeine helped reduce the risk of deterioration of intellectual abilities. 

In this way, it was found that not caffeine, but other components, which are formed in the process of roasting grains, have a beneficial effect. The antioxidants phenylindans turned out to be such healing components . They do not give rise to plaques that contribute to the development of dementia. 

Earlier, experts found that hot coffee is healthier than a cold drink. 

This is not the first study proving the positive effect of coffee on the body. 

The main thing is not to forget that you need to drink it in moderation, and then it will be good for your health. скачать dle 12.1
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