Love coffee? Did you know that this drink helps to prevent Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s? So scientists say!
Of course, if you poured coffee “buckets” that you can play to abdominal pain and “fever”.
Most of the reputable studies have demonstrated a list of useful effects for health of moderate consumption of coffee, according to IFLscience.
The journal Frontiers in Neuroscience published a study where studied not just a link between drinking coffee and a number of diseases.
The authors stated that probably found the answer to enormous good coffee for our brain.
Dr. Donald weaver, co-Director Brembilla brain Institute in Canada said:
“It seems that drinking coffee has a relationship with a decreased risk of development of Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease. We wanted to explore exactly what substances are involved in this mechanism, and how this may affect age-related mental decline”.
Scientists have found evidence that some coffees inhibit the coagulation of protein. It is believed that Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and several others are linked to the incorrect folding of the protein.
(In the language of scientists, this proteopedia due to the abnormally folded beta amyloid proteins).
Scientists have found that when roasting coffee bean is formed of a substance – phenylindane – which stop the two types of protein from coupling between the other and improper coagulation. These proteins are characteristic of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. (Beta-amyloid and Tau).
Because the deeper the roasting of coffee beans causes a greater number of phenylindane, the researchers believe strongly roasted coffee more useful.
Interestingly, even deep-fried grain without caffeine give a similar effect as conventional deep-fried grain with caffeine, so the caffeine here is not the decisive factor!
“This is the first investigation of the interactions of phenylindane protein on Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s,” says study co-author Dr. Ross Mancini.
“The next step will be to study the use of these substances, and whether they can enter the bloodstream or pass the blood-brain barrier”.
All this sheds light on the already known from other studies of the link between coffee and a lower risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. But scientists believe that it is too early to write in coffee is a wonderful magical cure. We need more research.
“The results are interesting, but we do not offer to call coffee a drug” warned weaver.
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