New Delhi: A new Alzheimer`s study by University of South Florida researchers has found that a yet unidentified component of coffee that interacts with the beverage`s caffeine boosts blood levels of a critical growth factor that seems to fight off the Alzheimer`s disease process.
Higher blood GCSF levels due to coffee intake were associated with better memory. "Together these actions appear to give coffee an amazing potential to protect against Alzheimer`s, but only if you drink moderate amounts of caffeinated coffee," said Cao. The findings will be published in detail in the Journal of Alzheimer`s Disease. ANI
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