Wow, they included a picture of a cigarette next to the coffee. That’s odd.
Coffee is a health food. They should stock it in GNC.
........earlier this week their were articles claiming that coffee causes cancer.....so I die of cancer or I lose my mind from Alzheimers......tough choice
Thank the good Lord I live in Seattle.
I’ve drunk so much joe I remember stuff that didn’t even happen to me.
Or, maybe people who are at a low risk for Alzheimer’s have lifestyles or jobs that lead them to consume more coffee?
I drink O.J. Simpson coffee — strong, black and bitter.
First time I've ever been called moderate!
Do you have to drink it everyday? What if you forget sometimes?
Didn’t help my dad.
They forgot everything except the grudges.
I’ve been drinking coffee everyday since I was 5. My dad would make me a cup before school. He was an old rancher who never went anywhere without a thermos of joe. I pretty much drink a pot or two everyday. Like God intended.
1. It rots my stomach.
2. I don't seem to get as much of a caffeine charge as many other people.
3. I really don't think it is a very good-tasting product.
I hope there are other ways of avoiding Alzheimer's.
Abstract: Caffeine stimulates central nervous system on a short term. However, the long-term impact of caffeine on cognition remains unclear. We aimed to study the association between coffee and/or tea consumption at midlife and dementia/Alzheimer's disease (AD) risk in late-life. Participants of the Cardiovascular Risk Factors, Aging and Dementia (CAIDE) study were randomly selected from the survivors of a population-based cohorts previously surveyed within the North Karelia Project and the FINMONICA study in 1972, 1977, 1982 or 1987 (midlife visit). After an average follow-up of 21 years, 1409 individuals (71%) aged 65 to 79 completed the re-examination in 1998. A total of 61 cases were identified as demented (48 with AD). Coffee drinkers at midlife had lower risk of dementia and AD later in life compared with those drinking no or only little coffee adjusted for demographic, lifestyle and vascular factors, apolipoprotein E ε4 allele and depressive symptoms. The lowest risk (65% decreased) was found in people who drank 3-5 cups per day. Tea drinking was relatively uncommon and was not associated with dementia/AD. Coffee drinking at midlife is associated with a decreased risk of dementia/AD later in life. This finding might open possibilities for prevention of dementia/AD.
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Is it just the caffine in the coffee that they are talking about? If so what about an occasional no-doze tablet?
So if you lose your marbles and go to Starbucks, you might be able to find your marbles in the bottom of your Obama cup?
Some drink to forget.
I’ve got 18% less chance of dying and I’ll know it!