Caffeine Found to Reduce Age-Related Inflammation
|Caffeine Found to Reduce Age-Related Inflammation||Darrell Miller||01/24/17|
January 24, 2017 12:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (email@example.com)
Subject: Caffeine Found to Reduce Age-Related Inflammation
A study has published that caffeine could reduce cardiovascular disease risk factors. So caffeine may actually be more beneficial to you then you thought. In their studies researchers found that the metabolites boosted activity in one of the inflammatory gene clusters. That, in turn, caused the immune cells to produce more IL-1ß. When injected into mice, the substances triggered widespread inflammation and hypertension.
- Caffeine may help reduce the type of inflammation that's linked to cardiovascular disease risk factors,
- David Furman, Ph.D., of the Stanford University School of Medicine in California, and colleagues studied data on healthy participants ages 20 to 30 and another group older than 60.
- "Our results show an overall up-regulation of specific inflammasome genes in older humans and identify two distinct immune states corresponding to chronically inflamed individuals with dysregulated nucleotide metabolism, high levels of oxidative stress,
"Caffeine may help reduce the type of inflammation that's linked to cardiovascular disease risk factors, according to a study published online Jan. 16 in Nature Medicine."