Mutombo Coffee : Coffee and Tea to Reduce Risk of Stroke and Dementia

Mutombo Coffee Research: Study finds that Coffee and Tea May Reduce Risk of Stroke and Dementia

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A new study, published in the journal PLOS Medicine, found that individuals who drank four to six cups of coffee a day, along with drinking tea, had a lower incidence of stroke and dementia.
The benefits were seen in individuals who drank coffee alone, or along with tea. Compared to those who did not drink tea or coffee, the risk of dementia and stroke was reduced by 28%.

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Mutombo Coffee Research : Higher coffee prevents Alzheimer’s disease

Mutombo Coffee Research: Study says higher Coffee intake prevents development of Alzheimer’s disease

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Lead investigator Dr Samantha Gardener said that the results showed an association between higher coffee consumption and several important markers related to Alzheimer’s disease.

Drinking more coffee gave positive results in relation to certain domains of cognitive function, specifically executive function which includes planning, self-control and attention.

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Uganda, a source country for Mutombo Coffee, is developing drought tolerant coffee varieties to save valuable cash crop

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Uganda is one of the leading exporters of Robusta coffee in Africa. The cash crop earned the East African country US$559 million last year, according to the Uganda Coffee
Development Authority.
But the plant is increasingly threatened by drought and other unpredictable weather patterns, prompting scientists to seek a solution.Dr. Godfrey Sseremba, senior research officer at the NaCORI in Kituuza, said the scientists are using molecular or marker assisted selection to develop the drought-tolerant varieties.

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How the Uganda coffee law, source to Mutombo Coffee, will earn farmers more money

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Farmers welcome coffee law
The National Coffee Act 2021 has come when Uganda now realises that coffee is a strategic commodity whose production and productivity must be enhanced and regulated to compete well with other international producers of the crop. Gerald Ssendaula, former minister of Finance and now a farmer, has told Seeds of Gold: “This is a law that we have been craving for as coffee farmers for many years. You remember we fought hard to get the National Coffee Policy which Cabinet approved in 2013 but there was still a big need for a law such as this one to safeguard and regulate good coffee production practices.”

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