Two cups of coffee a day will improve your memory, scientists of Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute in Florida discovered. According to their research, caffeine has been proved to be capable for restoring nervous cells that are damaged by Alzheimer’s disease.
Sick mice that were subject to consuming a daily equivalent of two cups of coffee showed signs of brain workings improvement, and additionally lower concentration of protein called amyloid, that deposits in nervous cells during Alzheimer’s disease, was detected.
Scientists expect coffee to improve brain workings of healthy individuals as well. An opportunity to manufacture caffeine-based medications for humans will be explored soon.
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