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A daily cut of two stones keeps dementia away

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Millions of people indulge in the morning with a cup of coffee, as it is delicious, warm, and gives the beginner energy for our day, but recent studies have shown that this popular drink still protects its consumers from dementia.

A daily cut of two stones keeps dementia away

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee experts have examined 6,467 women over si 36 percent the risk of dementia decreasing.As you arrive at a study published in The Journals of Gerontology Ira Driscoll reported how it's still unclear exactly how caffeine protects against dementia, but the results of the study are certainly important, especially that something that can be easily accessed by anyone can gain access to it. consumption ajбnlott. This is a cup of coffee a day, which is certainly not harmful to the fetus, especially if the mother is breastfeeding. While breastfeeding is similar, there is no need to deny anything like the tea, but it is worth paying attention to the quantity and whether it causes anxiety to the baby.Related articles on dementia:Caffeine can also protect you from asthmaPeople who are middle-aged are more likely to have dementia lessIf you are thinking of a healthy brain, eat eggs!



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