ScienceDaily (2008-04-03) — A daily dose of caffeine blocks the disruptive effects of high cholesterol that scientists have linked to Alzheimer’s disease. The caffeine equivalent of just one cup of coffee a day could protect the blood-brain barrier from damage that occurred with a high-fat diet. Read more at Science Daily.
Some old news I ran into, but well worth considering. I’m downing my daily dose right now.