September 14, 2011

It’s always good news to find out that something you love is also good for you. New research shows that an unidentified ingredient in caffeinated coffee can potentially protect coffee drinkers from Alzheimer’s disease. The study shows that moderate coffee consumption decreases the production of beta-amyloid (the abnormal protein thought to cause Alzheimer’s) in the brain.

Read more about this exciting discovery in this article.