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Benefits of Coffee - Benefits of drinking brewed coffee

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Benefits of Coffee - Benefits of drinking brewed coffee

Please be aware that when we talk about the benefits of coffee we are talking about drinking black coffee without adding anything.

Often times people add loads of sugar or creamer to their coffee .. that is really not healthy.

Please read more about the negative effects of sugar in my other postings and how eating sugar is just as addictive and bad as smoking.

Coffee may prevent Cancer

Several institutes like American Institute of Cancer Research (AICR), World Cancer Research Fund, AACR (American Association for Cancer Research), World Health Organization (WHO) and many more organizations are confirming that drinking coffee lowers the risk of cancer and some even confess that coffee will fight cancer.

Coffee Prevents Diabetes

Coffee can also prevent type 2 diabetes according to Harvard University School of Public Health.

Coffee Prevents Alzheimer's and Parkinson's

The Faculty of Medicine in Lisbon and several other studies seems to suggest that there is a correlation between drinking coffee (2 cups) and prevention of Alzheimer and Parkinson

Coffee Contains Antioxidants

Here is another interesting fact. According to studies coffee contains loads of antioxidants. This contributes to good health, aging slower and living a long life. Coffee has even more antioxidants than green tea.

Coffee Enhances Mental Alertness

Several studies has shown that people who drink coffee perform better after drinking coffee. It is known to be a mental stimulant.

Coffee Enhances Athletic Performance

Maybe some people are aware that coffee is often used among athletes. Since drinking coffee improves physical performance and endurance. So if you want to run faster .. try drinking coffee 30 minutes before your run.

Other Benefits of Coffee

There are more benefits like it helps asthma sufferers, stops headaches, protects liver, boost mood, prevent cavities, etc. etc.



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