Coffee Beans – Alter Brain Chemistry

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Professor Peter Rogers, who conducted the study, says that a person does feel energized after a cup of coffee in the morning, but that his cheerfulness is due solely to the fact that the caffeine-dependent body returns to normal after another dose of coffee, like a drug addict.

Scientists from the Bird-Alzheimer Institute in Florida have published the results of their study regarding the use of caffeine.

The tests were carried out on laboratory mice, which for a long time were injected with doses of caffeine corresponding to the “mouse level” human consumption of five cups of Javanese coffee a day, writes the New York Post.

Coffee Beans - Alter Brain Chemistry

According to their research, this dose avoided memory problems in animals. In addition, the researchers concluded that long-term caffeine consumption reduced the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.

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The researchers intend to continue their research in this direction, since the creation of drugs using caffeine can strengthen the memory of a person in old age.

The general conclusion of these studies was in favor of coffee consumption. In the world press, there were headlines that it is imperative for a person to drink five cups of coffee a day, at least, or even more. Although the caffeine in coffee itself is several times less than in tea.

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One cup of good tea can easily replace the need for caffeine in five cups of coffee.

90% of the world’s population consume tea, and especially Asia (India: 1.9 billion people, China: 1.8 billion people, Pakistan: 900 million people,…). Life expectancy trends have been observed in this region, and this is clearly evident in Japan.

The indigenous people of Africa, especially Ethiopia, never consumed coffee beans. People who have lived with this plant for thousands of years have always known that its use is dangerous to health.

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Human wisdom allowed to use only the husks from coffee beans in the form of a drink with the addition of milk.

In the Middle Ages, when Ethiopia became a Ford post for a pirate state, pirates drew attention to the narcotic qualities of the drink made from coffee beans. The pirates decided to start the coffee trade in Europe, with large advertising investments. This trade has brought and brings enormous profits, and also has a permanent stable market for coffee buyers.

The person quickly becomes addicted to the drink.

This property is still used today to obtain a sustainable market for consumption and enrichment.

This enrichment technique in our country was first used by Peter Ι. By forceful decree, he ordered the daily use of coffee by the wealthy and personally checked the fulfillment of his action, creating the first coffee-dependent generation in Russia. The main and only seller of coffee, as well as tobacco, was the trading company Peter Ι.

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To camouflage the narcotic qualities of coffee under a beneficial effect on the human brain in the form of strengthening memory and general health, this is one of the main tasks of the modern hucksters of the coffee business. It is very convenient to have drug – coffee – dependent regular customers.

It is clear that this dependence is possible due to the direct effect of coffee on brain cells and changes in the very chemistry of cerebral fluid. At the same time, a person, becoming a coffee addict, loses part of his personality, becoming in fact a drug addict.

Excessive consumption of coffee creates problems for hypertensive patients and heart patients, affects the level of cholesterol in the blood. American researchers have found that people who drink six or more cups of this drink daily are more likely to develop atherosclerosis and related heart disease.

According to scientists, six cups of coffee a day causes an increase in total cholesterol levels, and at the expense of its “bad” part. At the same time, the level of “good” cholesterol, or high density lipoproteins, which protect the walls of blood vessels, does not rise.

And as a group of scientists from the University of Toronto, Harvard School of Public Health and the University of Costa Rica found out, the harm of coffee to the body, in particular to the heart, is determined by human genetic characteristics. Depending on how a certain gene operates in the human body, the likelihood of myocardial infarction when drinking a drink may increase or remain the same.

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