7 Ways Coffee Benefits Your Health
This entry was posted on 15th April 2015 by Garraways.
7 Ways Coffee Benefits Your Health
Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world and is consumed almost everywhere by people of all
ages. We are used to reading stories in the press about the negative effects sometimes associated with too
much caffeine, but coffee actually comes with a number of health benefits.
Here are 7 scientifically backed health benefits you
could enjoy when you drink coffee.
Improves Athletic Performance
Coffee has long been known to boost athletic performance and a
study published in the Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and
Science in Sports found that caffeine increases adrenaline levels
in the blood and gives a boost to the fatty acids, and this allows
the muscles to absorb and burn the fat as a fuel source.
high in antioxidants
Antioxidants are very good for the body, and they are present in
many foods and drinks such as fruits and vegetables. Coffee
contains a particularly high amount of antioxidants that we
absorb when we drink it, according to University of Scranton
researchers, making a morning cup of coffee a great idea.
A National Institute of Health study researched the effect of coffee
on happiness and found that people who drink four or more cups
were less likely to suffer from depression. It is thought that this
could be due to the high level of antioxidants in coffee.
GOOD FOR BRAIN HEALTH
A team of researchers from the University of Miami and the
University of South Florida found that the onset of Alzheimer's
was delayed amongst subjects with more caffeine in their blood
in a study of people over 65, suggesting a moderate
consumption of coffee can reduce the risk.
Cuts Type 2 Diabetes Risk
An American Chemical Society study found that drinking four
cups of coffee or more a day reduces the chances of Type 2
Diabetes by 50%, and that every cup after this lowers the risk
GOOD FOR LIVER HEALTH
A study carried out in 2006 by doctors in California showed that
coffee could help reduce the risk of liver cirrhosis. The findings
suggested that people are 20% less likely to develop the
condition if they drink one cup or more every day, and the
greater the amount of coffee drunk, the less risk there is of
HELPS TO BURN FAT
Caffeine is known to help burn fat, and for that reason it is
included in many fat burning supplements. Researchers at
Soonchunhyang University in South Korea found it helps to
increase the metabolic rate and stimulate the nervous system;
so it could be useful to drink a few cups regularly if you are trying
to burn off excess fat.
Enjoy the Health Benefits of Coffee
As you can see, there are a number of potential health benefits linked to humble coffee beans. So if you like to
start your day with a coffee and enjoy the burst of energy it gives you, there is no need to feel guilty about it.
In fact, you are most likely doing yourself a favour.
Effects of caffeine ingestion on rating of perceived exertion during and after exercise: a meta-analysis
Coffee is number one source of antioxidants http://phys.org/news6067.html
Sweetened Beverages, Coffee, and Tea and Depression Risk among Older US Adults
High Blood Caffeine Levels in Older Adults Linked to Avoidance of Alzheimer’s Disease
Why coffee drinking reduces the risk of Type 2 diabetes
Coffee drinking associated with lower risk for alcohol-related liver disease
Effect of caffeine on the metabolic responses of lipolysis and activated sweat gland density in human
during physical activity http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10068-010-0151-6
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