The many surprising health benefits of drinking coffee

The many surprising health benefits of drinking coffee

  • Organic tea has always been considered a drink of choice, yet coffee has been the subject of much controversy in the health world.
  • Things are changing and several studies are now showing that drinking organic coffee provides many health benefits.
  • We have already seen how drinking coffee may be good for the liver.
  • According to the Harvard School of Public Health, 54% of Americans over the age of 18 drink coffee every day. Since drinking coffee is such a huge part of the American lifestyle, let’s take a look at the health benefits of drinking coffee.
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  • Heart benefits:
  • Coffee may be good for to the heart.
  • Coffee may also reduce the risk of stroke, according to a Japanese study published in American Stroke Association’s journal Stroke.
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  • Longer lifespan:
  • A study published in The New England Journal of Medicine showed that men who reported drinking two or three cups of coffee a day had a 10 percent less risk of death than those who didn’t drink coffee, while women who drank coffee had a 13 percent less risk of death.
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  • May fight Alzheimer’s and dementia:
  • An animal study published in the Journal of Neuroscience shows that coffee doesn’t just help energize our minds in the short term, but may help our memory health long term as well. More studies need to published to confirm these benefits.
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  • May fight cancer:
  • Drinking coffee has shown potential cancer fighting properties. A study published in the journal Cancer Research linked caffeine to reduced risk of skin cancer and a study from the journal Cancer Causes & Control showed that coffee may fight breast cancer.
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  • Reduces diabetes risk:
  • Many studies have shown a link between coffee and reduced risk of diabetes. According to a study from Harvard published in the journal Diabetologia, “Increasing coffee consumption over a 4 year period is associated with a lower risk of type 2 diabetes, while decreasing coffee consumption is associated with a higher risk of type 2 diabetes in subsequent years.”
  • Reduced risk of Parkinson’s disease:
  • According to an analysis of many studies, drinking coffee may help reduce the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease. Scientists can’t explain how coffee may help with Parkinson’s.
  • Make sure the coffee that you drink is organic and from a reputable source.

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