Could drinking coffee, help in assisting to keep MS at bay?

New Research has found that people who drink coffee are 1.5 times more likely not to develop Multiple Sclerosis.

According to the Multiple Sclerosis Trust, it is estimated that worldwide about 2.5 million people have MS.

This is a condition that damages the coating around the nerve fibres of the central nervous system causing a range of symptoms.People between the ages of 20-40 are usually affected with more than 3 times as many women than men.

Studies show that caffeine may have protective effects for the brain. Researches have now analysed data from Swedish and US studies and compared 4,000 healthy people and 2,788 MS suffers and found that the ones who drank coffee were more likely not to develop MS.