Of course, drinking too much coffee can fill with existential fear, and you can lead to a stomach ache, but a large number of solid work, several cups of hot steamed bean juice show that you have an incredible health benefit.
New research to add to this ever-growing list shows how drinking coffee can play a role in protecting people against Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease. Study published in the journal Limits in NeuroscienceHe went further than finding a relationship between the coffee drinkers and the proportions of the diseases. The authors claim that coffee can stumble upon the mechanisms and compounds associated with fantastic health benefits.
In Canada, the co-director of the Krembil Brain Institute. "Coffee consumption seems to have a relationship with Alzheimer's disease and reduced risk of developing Parkinson's disease," Donald Weaver said in a statement.
”But we wanted to investigate the reason – which compounds were involved and how they could affect age-related cognitive decline.“
Scientists at the Krembil Brain Institute have said they offer evidence that some coffees are blocking the protein folding process. Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and a number of other disorders are called protein misfolding diseases or proteopathies caused by abnormally folded amyloid beta proteins.
The new study emphasizes how a group of compounds known as phenylindanes produced during the roasting of coffee beans actually halted two clusters of protein and protein, common in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, beta-amyloid, and tau, from clustering and false folding. As deeper roasting causes higher amounts of phenylindanes, the researchers also claim that dark roasted coffee is even more protective. In the same way, caffeine is not a factor because decaffeinated dark fries have the same effect as caffeinated dark fries.
Araştır Everyone is investigating how phenylindanes interact with proteins responsible for patients with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease,. Said Ross Mancini. "The next step may be to investigate how useful these compounds are and whether they have entered the bloodstream or have passed the blood-brain barrier."
Especially convincing things, especially behind other studies found a relationship with coffee that reduced the risk of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. However, researchers call for a little restraint before holding coffee as a miraculous miraculous remedy. As always, more research is needed.
"Interesting, but do we suggest coffee is a remedy? Certainly not, "Weaver warned.