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“A myriad of animal studies document a direct, favourable effect of aerobic-type exercise on the brain,” states an article published in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
“Some other research has shown that people who consume caffeine — which is found in coffee, tea and cola — get Parkinson’s disease less often than those who don’t drink it,” reports the Mayo Clinic.
According to the health body, green tea is also related to a reduced risk of developing Parkinson’s disease.
However, as it points out, it is still not known whether caffeine actually protects against getting Parkinson’s, or is related in some other way.