We as a man have to live with many unhappy realities, including the fact that the many things we love end up bad for us. Today, we all know that if we are tired of tasty desserts, end up eating early in the tomb, but in recent years it becomes clearer that coffee, the famous trap of millions and millions of people, is pretty good for you.
Recent studies have shown that regular coffee drinks can reduce the risk of all kinds of illnesses, including heart attacks and stroke. Now, a new research effort reveals that dark roasted coffee is particularly good at screening for unpleasant brain conditions, including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.
Research that focuses on a particular group of compounds called phenylindan emphasizes the benefits of determining the type of roasting you are going for morning beer. Dark baking, even in the form of non-caffeine, is packed with compounds that are believed to inhibit the production of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's related protein types.
"Caffeinated and decaffeinated dark roasts both had identical potentials in initial experimental tests," said Dr. Ross Mancini, lead author of the study. "So we soon realized that its protective effect can not be the result of caffeine."
This is a great news for those who would love to drink coffee, who would like to enjoy the benefits of a drink, but do not like the feeling of nervous feelings being left out. However, if you love your high-caffeinated morning beer, as well as you, you will still get plenty of benefits, even if you do not specify dark baking. The idea is that the coffee brewing process creates the compounds, which means longer beans are cooked, more useful to find their way into the beverage.
So if you're a coffee hunter, you can feel better about your habit, and if you're not, well, maybe it's time to shoot him once again.