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April 20

Study shows coffee reduces chances of Alzheimer’s or dementia

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In a world where improving your odds of beating anything by 5-10% is considered significant and worthwhile, reducing your odds of developing anything by 65% is a staggering gain.

Reduce your chances of developing Alzheimer’s or dementia by 65 % simply by drinking coffee.

In a 2010 study, researchers suggest that persons drinking over 5 cups of coffee day  had about a 65% decreased chance of developing Alzheimer’s disease or dementia later on in life.

In a world where improving your odds of beating anything by 5-10% is considered significant and worthwhile, 65% is a staggering gain. Consuming coffee with your all your meals is a simple way to ensure that you are reducing your risk.

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Peter

Peter has been roasting coffee since 2002. He is passionate about his craft and about talking and teaching others about coffee.

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