The researchers find the correlation between coffee drinkers and a reduced risk of dementia

For many years it has been believed that coffee has certain health benefits. During the last year it was found that drinking three glasses of things was good for your heart. And now, scientists say it is also good for their brain, The Sun reports.A new study by experts at the Krembil Research Institute in Toronto, Canada found that his joe's glass can help protect both the disease of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. "Coffee consumption seems to have some correlation with the diminished risk of developing Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease" Dr. Donald Weaver, co-director of the Krembil Brain Institute, said. MORE NEWSSydney turned ugly after the arrest of Melbourne Cup struck. Mark Latham joins One Nation to fight the madness of the PC. The execution of John Macris with dead colors caught in the CCTV "But we wanted to investigate why it is – what compounds are involved and how they can affect the age-related cognitive decline." Curiously, however, it's not caffeine to thank. Scientists have found that other cafes with caffeine and decaffeinated have similar beneficial properties. The team investigated three types of coffee: light roasted, dark roasted and decaffeinated black roasted. "The dark-roasted caffeinated and decaffeinated roast had identical powers in our initial experimental tests," said Dr. Ross Mancini, a member of the research team, said: "Then we noticed that its protective effect could not be due to caffeine." half_camera Stopping coffee may result in reduced risk of dementia. Mancini identified then a group of compounds known as phenylindanes, which are a product of the roasting process. They have been found to inhibit the two protein fragments that are common in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. "It is the first time someone investigates how phenylindanes interact with the proteins that are responsible for Alzheimer's and Parkinson's," Dr. Mancini explained. "The next step would be to investigate how these compounds are beneficial and if they have the ability to enter the bloodstream or cross the blood-brain barrier. " The best, according to scientists, was that these are naturally occurring chemicals. "Mother nature is a much better chemical than we are and mother nature can do these compounds. If you have a complicated compound, it is better to grow it in a crop, harvest the crop, crunch the crop and extract it from trying to do it," said Dr. Weaver. But before a discussion about alternative treatments is published, more research needs to be done.Der Weaver concluded that the study seemed to show that certain compounds in coffee may be useful to ward off cognitive impairment. "It's interesting, but we're suggesting that coffee is a cure? Absolutely not." This article originally appeared on The Sun and was published here again with permission. Download The Daily Telegraph and the Sunday Telegraph application for your smartphone or tablet to get the complete story. APPLICATION: DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION FOR iOSGOOGLE PLAY: DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION FOR ANDROIDmedia_camera The Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph application for your smartphone and tablet is a crackerjack way to read the stories that matter most to you. WHAT YOU GET WITH OUR APP► The latest news and live – Receive news when it breaks 24 hours a day, 7 days a week ► My news – Your own personal news. Adapt your news so that it reaches the issues that matter to you directly. ► Book today: read the paper at any time and anywhere with the digital paper retort, according to your impression. ► Notifications – Be the first to know when big stories break with instant alerts. Directly to the screen locked on your smartphone and tablet. ► Live Sport Scores: keep the ball with NRL and AFL live sports scores and expect an analysis. ► Share: Join the conversation and share your favorite stories via Facebook, Twitter or email. With new crossword puzzles and Sudoku puzzles every day, there is always something to keep your mind active. Subscribe: through the application (via iTunes) to start the 30-day free trial; then your subscription will be automatically renewed at $ 29.99 per month.FIND OUT MORE HERE ► MAKE SIDE IN SOCIAL MEDIAFacebook News // Facebook Sport // Facebook SuperCoach NRL // Facebook Sydney Confidential // Facebook Live Streaming // Twitter News // Twitter Sport // Twitter SuperCoach NRL // Twitter Sydney Confidential // Instagram Daily Telegraph .

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