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Drink­ing black, green, or oo­long tea halves the risk for Alzheimer’s, even among peo­ple who are ge­net­i­cally pre­dis­posed to the dis­ease, ac­cord­ing to a study of 957 older adults with an av­er­age age of 65. The study, pub­lished in the Jour­nal of Nu­tri­tion, also found that tea drinkers with the APOE4 gene, the marker for high Alzheimer’s risk, were less likely to de­velop the dis­ease than peo­ple with­out the gene who didn’t drink tea.

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