Regular Coffee Consumption Could Keep Alzheimer’s At Bay, Report Says

There’s good news and bad news, coffee drinkers.

A new report says the liquid gold an estimated three in five Americans drinks every day could be helpful in curbing the risk for Alzheimer’s disease — but only on a short-term basis. The analysis of coffee-related Alzheimer’s research was presented by the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee, a non-profit that studies the health effects of coffee, at the Alzheimer Europe conference.

“Cognitive decline is a feature of aging, and although some changes can be expected in all of us, there is some evidence that diet and lifestyle may be related to cognition,” Alzheimer Europe’s vice chairperson Iva Holmerova said in a statement. “In fact epidemiological studies suggest that certain lifestyle factors and nutritional elements, including the consumption of coffee and caffeine, may help to slow age-related cognitive decline seen in the older generation.”

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