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Coffee . Good To The Last Drop!

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Ida S. Romo

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Coffee ... Good to the Last drop !!!

Article posted on 3-20-2017

"Story at-a-glance
* Caffeine was identified as one of 24 compounds that trigger the release of the enzyme NMNAT2, which may block the effects of neurodegenerative disorders such as dementia and Alzheimer’s
* Dementia is a group of symptoms associated with diminished cognitive skills such as memory, reasoning and communication, severe enough to interfere with daily activities
* Alzheimer’s is one of the most common types of dementia, affecting 5.4 million people in the U.S.
* Coffee has been found to inhibit many diseases, including several types of cancer, type 2 diabetes and Parkinson’s disease, and promote the growth of good gut bacteria"


More here ... http://articles.mercola.com/sites/a...=20170320Z1&et_cid=DM136996&et_rid=1933948676
 

Meandering

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So,

as long as I'm drinking my coffee......

I won't be crazy grandma anymore?

:eek:
 

Meandering

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Or maybe...........


Could a daily cup of tea be the key to beating DEMENTIA? Research reveals black, green and oolong tea can 'reduce risk of cognitive impairment' by as much as 86 per cent

A cup of tea a day keeps dementia at bay, according to a recent study by the National University of Singapore. The study suggests that drinking black, green or oolong tea can reduce the risk.



If you spend a lot of time in the bathroom, because you're drinking lots of warm beverages, nobody will know you're crazy.
 

Pittsburgh Pete

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I suspect Ida will start drinking coffee now!:rof:
 

Ida S. Romo

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Or maybe...........


Could a daily cup of tea be the key to beating DEMENTIA? Research reveals black, green and oolong tea can 'reduce risk of cognitive impairment' by as much as 86 per cent

A cup of tea a day keeps dementia at bay, according to a recent study by the National University of Singapore. The study suggests that drinking black, green or oolong tea can reduce the risk.



If you spend a lot of time in the bathroom, because you're drinking lots of warm beverages, nobody will know you're crazy.

Here are more Marion ...

Some Mexican Teas and their supposed healing qualities ...

Alcachofa (artichoke) - good for the liver.
Anis (anise) - for the stomach.
Azahar (orange blossom) - tranquilizes the nerves and stomach.
Canela (cinnamon) - for coughs.
Cedro (cedar) - for the stomach.
Clavo (clove) - for toothaches.
Encina (oak bark and root) - to strengthen the teeth.
Jamaica (hibiscus) - for temper.
Jazmin (jasmine) - to sooth the nerves.
Limón (lemon) - for pain.
Maiz (corn silk) - for the kidneys.
Manzanilla (camomile) - good for nausea.
Yerbabuena (mint) - stomach disorders; a cure-all.
 

Meandering

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Yerbabuena (mint) - stomach disorders; a cure-all.

This one I will swear to.

I have kept a bottle of peppermint oil around for more than 15 years.

Tell me you have heartburn or an upset stomach and you get a drop on the tongue.

INSTANTLY no more heartburn or upset stomach.

And it's fun to watch people freak over the intense mint flavor.

But it works 100% of the time.

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