Thomas Ramey Watson

Coffee or tea cuts risk of aggressive brain tumor, glioma, by up to 34 percent

A recent study revealed that folks who drink at least half a cup or more of either beverage [coffee or tea] each day may be far less likely to develop a glioma — an aggressive, hard-to-treat,

and dangerous type of brain tumor.

So put the pot on!

Brain-Protective Brews
In fact, regularly drinking either brew could cut the risk of a glioma by up to 34 percent.

Researchers suspect that antioxidant compounds in the two drinks probably get the credit for the benefit. These compounds stimulate activity of a protein that can repair cancer-causing damage to brain-cell DNA.

Pretty powerful stuff!

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