Caffeine may slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease

New research shows that the equivalent of three large cups of coffee each day reduced the levels of amyloid protein in the brains of mice by 50 percent and improved the rodents’ memory and thinking skills. The mice, aged the equivalent of 70 in human terms, were genetically engineered to develop dementia symptoms and were given 500 mg of caffeine in their drinking water daily during two month.

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