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3 Cups of Coffee Per Day Protects Against Alzheimer’s Disease

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A recent study to be published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease describes the results of observation of 124 people between the ages 65 to 88 over the course of either a 2-year or 4-year period. What the study found may just surprise you. Those who had blood caffeine levels equivalent to those experienced by those who consume three cups of coffee peer day were significantly less likely to develop Alzheimer’s Disease as well as a number neuropathic disorders.

Further study will be necessary, but the results of the study have many contemplating the relationship between caffeine and a decrease in the production of the plaques and tangles associated with Alzheimer’s Disease-derived brain damage.

While the study is far from conclusive, consumption of caffeine at levels supplied by three cups of coffee does appear to delay or prevent the development of a number of neurological diseases.

Protect Brain-Health with Good Coffee from CoffeeForLess

However you like your coffee, drinking coffee daily is a great way to prevent a number of degenerative brain diseases according to multiple studies now. Coffee has the added benefit of containing antioxidants shown to help prevent cancer, and coffee is not necessarily high in sugar like many other sources of caffeine.

CoffeeForLess carries many types of coffee, ensuring that you can get a great deal on your coffee no matter how you like to prepare it. Our selection of Keurig K-Cups is one of the best online, and we carry many coffee pods as well.

Traditionalists tend to prefer coffee beans, and we’ve got them covered too.

Whatever your preferred source of coffee goodness, CoffeeForLess offers great prices and an easy way to enjoy gourmet quality coffee delivered right to your door. So take a minute to look around and choose coffee that is just what you like. It may just be an investment in your mental health in your elder years.

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