Wine and Coffee, There’s More Good Stuff Here

In the Volume 29 Number 11 issue of Bottom Line Personal(June 1, 2008), Dr. Giulio Pasinetti states that wine and coffee may help prevent Alzheimer’s.

“Studies show that these slow the buildup of a damaging protein that kills brain cells. Recommended: One to two four-ounce glasses of red wine a day (Cabernet Sauvignon was used in the study)…or three cups of coffee a day. Another finding: People who drink fruit and vegetable juices more than three times a week have a 76% lower risk for Alzheimer’s disease.”

Giulio Pasinetti, MD, is professor of psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York City.

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