To Beat Dementia: Drink ThisEight researchers from various American universities have just published a groundbreaking study showing that a very common and popular drink can completely prevent dementia from developing.

The good news is that you can get this drink everywhere, and most people love it.

You probably consume it once in a while, but according to a recent study published in the Journals of Gerontology, Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, you may have to drink more of it (maybe much more).

Researchers identified 6,467 postmenopausal women from the Women’s Health Initiative Memory Study who reported consuming some caffeine could help prevent (and even reverse) dementia. The information included the amount of coffee, tea, or cola they drank.

The data also included the results of annual assessments of their cognitive function, taken over a period of 10 years or less.

During this period, 388 women were diagnosed with some level of cognitive impairment or dementia.

After comparing the participant’s dementia diagnoses with their caffeine intake, they concluded that the women who consumed only a little caffeine every day were 36 percent more likely to suffer from dementia or some level of cognitive impairment than those who consumed a lot.

Those who developed dementia or cognitive difficulties drank an average of 64mg of caffeine per day, while those who remained cognitively fully functional consumed 261mg of it.

261mg of daily caffeine equals two to three cups of coffee or five to six cups of black tea.

Seven to eight cans of cola have a similar amount of caffeine, but I don’t recommend that due to its unhealthy sugar content.

The researchers were happy with their findings because consuming caffeine is so easy and, at these levels anyway, without side effects.

Caffeine may not be enough to reverse dementia and Alzheimer’s; for that, you need to load your brain with another (much more important) ingredient. Learn all about that here …