A new study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease has shown that the regular consumption of coffee provides a lot of health benefits to the body, and these among others cuts the potential risks of diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease among others.
The study authors said those “who consistently drink about one or two cups of coffee per day” have lesser chances of developing Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), a condition that is associated with Alzheimer’s; and the habit also slices the risks of having type 2 diabetes in people.
The researchers compare older adults who do not drink coffee at all to people who drink about four or more cups per day, saying both classes of people have a high chance of developing mild cognitive impairment. The study authors rather advocate moderate and consistent drinking of coffee.
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