Monday, October 24, 2016

Routine Drinking Coffee Prevent Eye Disease Degeneration

We already know that coffee can dispel drowsiness and that antioxidant health benefits in a variety of ways.

A new study from Cornell University adds one more benefit of coffee. Researchers found that the antioxidants in coffee, called chlorogenic acid (CLA), can protect and prevent retinal degeneration.

The experiments were performed on a group of mice. Researchers developing free radicals and oxidative stress that the eye rat retinal degeneration. Then, they give chlorogenic acid to a group of mice to see its effect.

Researchers found that rats given the chlorogenic acid do not end up with damage to the retina. "These findings are important in understanding the functional foods, namely natural food that provides beneficial health effects," said Chang Y. Lee, professor of nutritional sciences and senior author of the study.

Coffee is the most popular beverage in the world and now we'll better know what benefits can we get out of this drink.

Other studies have found that coffee (without sugar) can help prevent diabetes, Parkinson's, prostate cancer, Alzheimer's and other diseases. Overall, even coffee can reduce mortality.

But there are many factors involved in how coffee affects health. One is, how the body metabolizes caffeine so that it has a good effect for you.

On the other hand, people with a certain genetic disposition heart, have a higher risk of cardiovascular problems if they get a cup of coffee.

A study from Harvard University found that drinking up to six cups of coffee a day does not have any adverse health effects in people aged 50-60 years old.

Dr Rob van Dam, assistant professor in the Department of Nutrition at Harvard, wrote that coffee is actually a relatively difficult to learn.

Often people think the only coffee contains caffeine. When in fact, these drinks contain hundreds of different compounds in them.

Because coffee contains so many different compounds, drinking coffee can lead to health outcomes vary for each person. There are people who benefit, but there is also a feeling aggrieved.

However, most studies have found that coffee is not harmful for most people.

Van Dam said, "For the general population, the evidence suggests that coffee drinking does not have any adverse health effects are serious. But it is also important to keep in mind, most of the research was to use black coffee pure good quality, although there is also added a little milk or sugar in it. "

The researchers hope that with further research, they will be able to know whether the chlorogenic acid is able to penetrate the blood retinal barrier.

If you consume coffee CLA was able to bring directly to the retina, scientists may eventually be able to make a special recipe that you can enjoy every day to prevent eye damage.

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