Coffee may help lower AD risk, study finds


People who drink coffee regularly had a lower risk of transitioning to mild cognitive impairment and developing Alzheimer's disease than those who don't drink coffee in a study published in Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. Crude caffeine from the coffee decaffeination process has been shown to prevent memory impairment in previous studies with mice, and other components of coffee have been linked to cognitive function in other animal studies.

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