Some other research has shown that people who drink caffeine — which is found in coffee, tea and cola — get Parkinson’s disease less often than those who don’t drink it.
However, as Mayo Clinic points out, it is still not known whether caffeine actually protects against getting Parkinson’s, or is related in some other way.
“Currently there is not enough evidence to suggest drinking caffeinated beverages to protect against Parkinson’s,” says the health body.
Green tea is also related to a reduced risk of developing Parkinson’s disease, notes the health site.
Published at Fri, 05 Jun 2020 11:54:00 +0000