Caffeine can prevent Alzheimer’s
Laboratory findings of French and German scientists propagate the theory by which caffeine consumption can prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
Experiments conducted on animals suggest that regular doses of caffeine prevents the formation of deposits of tau protein in the brain.
Tau protein is present in brain cells of the persons with alzheimer disease and are associated with the aging processes in the brain.
The mice in the 10month study received in water every day the amount of coffeine that in humans was equivalent to two cups of coffee.