A new study by the Brain Krembil Foundation (Canada) collects coffee; As well as providing energy and focus, we protect ourselves against Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, telling Daily Science.
They issued the first treatment against Parkinson's and this is
To study what compounds of drink; they reduce the cognitive dysfunction associated with the diseases; and how they do, the scientists investigated three types of coffee; Roasted, dark roasted light and decaffeated roasting. The initial experiments showed that the same caffeine with dark roast and dark roast decaffinism had the same protective effect; so researchers came to the conclusion that this benefit was not a result of caffeine.
The team then identified a group of compounds called phenylindane; which is the result of a coffee bean roasting process.
The study showed that phenylindanes are unique elements; can prevent grouping of two common proteins in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, beta-amyloids and protein proteins.
Since more roosting results in more phenylindanes; dark roast coffee is likely to have a more defensive effect than a coffee to roast light.
"This is the first time that someone has investigated how phenylalanin interacts, with the proteins that are responsible for Alzheimer's and Parkinson," said one of the co-authors of the study, Ross Mancini .
"The next step would be to investigate the extent to which these compounds are beneficial, and if they have the ability to reach the bloodstream or cross the blood barrier," he said.
Benefits reported by other studies
But the list does not stop there. It also adds the benefits reported by other studies; related to receiving coffee.
Researchers from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, in Germany, have also found that they drink coffee, tea, wine and chocolate; It can positively influence life expectancy, but if these are taken with a zinc attachment.
This element activates the hydroquinone groups; found in polyphenols or plant substances that are responsible for odor and taste. As a result, natural protection against oxidial stress is formed; for aging and diseases such as inflammation, cancer or neurosurgery.
Ivana Ivanovi-Burmazovi, who is responsible for the scientific team, commented on the possibility; Coffee, wine, tea and chocolate in the near future are already available with extra sink.
Another group of researchers identified by the medical journal Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation shows that eating coffee can reduce the risk of premature death; in people suffering from chronic kidney disease.
The potential protective effect of caffeine could be related to its benefits at vascular level, as this element promotes the release of substances such as nitric oxide, which improves the function of the vessels.
The fourteen year study was based on data of 4,000 863 patients with chronic kidney disease. The results of the analysis suggested an inverse connection between the use of caffeine and the death of each case among the participants.
When compared to people who were eating caffeine, patients who took higher levels showed a reduction of almost 25% in the risk of death over 60 months, even decreased after considering important factors others such as age, gender, race, smoking and diet.
According to the team, eating moderate coffee would be a "simple, clinically and economically beneficial option" for patients with kidney disease. However, they explain that "this benefit must be confirmed in a randomized clinical trial".
Coffee reduces the risk of developing diseases
Coffee benefits include the check that it reduces the risk of developing diseases.
Roasted coffee contains high amounts of phenylindane, a compound that can stop Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, according to a recent study conducted at the Krembil Research Institute (Canada) and published at the ScienceDaily specialist portal.
During the investigation, Canadian scientists analyzed the effect of three types of coffee: dark roast, light roast and decaffeine dark roast and found that regular and disinfected coffee included phenylindane.
This unusual compound prevents beta-amyloids (which forms single plaques) and Tau protein, which allows to avoid cognitive decline, which is specific to Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases. According to the Researchers, coffee with dark roast is richer in this substance.
"The use of coffee appears to have some lower risk relationship to Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease," said Donald Weaver, one of the people responsible for the study.
At the same time, he warned that coffee "was not a healthier" for neurological diseases, with information from El Sol de San Juan.
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