Roasted coffee with and without caffeine contains a great deal of the most valuable antioxidant that can cope with the development of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. This conclusion was made by scientists from the Krembil Research Institute and the University of Toronto, writes Rossiyskaya Gazeta.
As part of the study, scientists have found that the development of brain diseases is not affected by caffeine itself, but by antioxidants that occur when grains are baked. They do not allow the formation of amyloid plaques leading to dementia. Because of this, the slightly roasted Arabian could not pass the test – only the deep roasted seeds turned out to be "useful".
At the same time, scientists have noticed that coffee can not replace drugs altogether. However, they do not rule out that early vaccines against senile dementia will be invented based on their research.
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