Reduces the risk of death: the named drink, which protects the brain from aging and liver cirrhosis

Снижает риск смерти: назван напиток, который защищает мозг от старения, а печень от цирроза

An international team of scientists from Europe, Brazil and USA decided to put an end to the debate about the benefits or harm of coffee, and conducted a series of experiments with caffeine on animals. As a result, the researchers came to the conclusion that caffeine helps protect the brain from typical age-related problems associated with neurodegeneration.

About it writes portal Food.news.

In particular, experiments on mice showed that caffeine blocks the A2A receptor, provoking age-related deterioration of the brain, causing memory problems and increased stress hormones.

“Adenosine A2A-receptor is a target for caffeine. In animal models caffeine blocked these receptors and eliminated the shortcomings of memory and stress, returning the rat brain to normal work”, — the report says scientists about the study.

In addition, the publication reported that caffeine not only capable of halt aging of the brain. The habit of daily coffee drinking is also very helpful to maintain healthy liver and gall bladder. Experts say that drinking coffee helps to prevent cancer and cirrhosis.

Also, there is evidence that drinking three cups of coffee a day reduces the risk of death associated with diseases of the circulatory and digestive system. In addition, the habit of drinking coffee without cream and sugar improve the mechanisms of control of glucose levels in the blood and prevents episodes of a sharp increase.

As previously reported “FACTS”, researchers from Denmark came to the conclusion that coffee lovers are better protected from the appearance of gallstones, especially drinking it in large quantities. “Drinking coffee in large quantities helps to reduce the risk of developing gallstones”, — concluded the researchers. In the experiments, the specialists analyzed data 104 493 people.

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