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12 Health Benefits Of Coffee That You Should Know

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12 Health Benefits Of Coffee That You Should Know

Coffee has been our friend when we want to start our mornings with productivity. Before, it has been accustomed and blamed to cause impotence and mental paranoia and other times a cure for procrastination or “gift from heaven” as we claim. Coffee continuously revolves and new recipes and styles of coffee are rampant in the market. Iced coffee, coffee jellies, candies, cake, to name a few. But do you know what are the actual, scientifically proven health benefits of coffee we enjoy today?

Caffeine, the most consumed psychoactive chemical substance and the ally of night workers in the world, is the best-known and main ingredient of coffee since then. Science has proven beneficial and promising effects on the human body have been found out in recent and previous studies, but coffee as the mighty drink is not just that simple. Indeed, coffee is a complex drink with a thousand different substances in it. Some studies found out that decaf and caffeinated coffee are likely to have the same health effects and suggest that it’s not the caffeine that makes the coffee beneficial.

Here’s the list of how coffee is beneficial for us.

12 Health Benefits of Coffee

  1. Coffee may help you lose weight.

Who would have thought that coffee can be your favorite drink to lose some weight? Coffee contains potassium, magnesium, and other vitamins and minerals which regulates the human body use insulin, balancing blood sugar levels in our bloodstream, and reducing your craving for treats and sugary snacks.

  1. Coffee helps you to burn fat cells and break down body fats.

Caffeine helps t burn fat cells and break down body fat and use it as fuel for strenuous physical activities.

  1. Coffee boosts your Performance in Physical Activities 

Drinking a cup of black coffee one hour before you stretched out and workout, it was found out that your performance can improve by 11-12%.  Scientifically, caffeine makes your adrenaline active at all levels in your body. FYI, Adrenaline is our body’s “fight or flight” hormone which helps you to prepare for physical activities and strenuous muscle work.

 

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  1. Coffee helps you to be assertive and focused

Moderate intake of caffeinated beverages like 1-6 cups a day, helps you focus and improves your memory retention to stimulate heightened mental alertness.

  1. Coffee reduces the risk of cancers.

According to one study, it was found out that coffee may reduce the risk of endometrial cancer in women by 25 % and developing prostate cancer in men by 20 %. It was also found out that caffeine may also prevent developing the most common type of skin cancer which is the basal cell carcinoma.

  1. Coffee lowers the risk of mortality

According to recent studies, that coffee lovers’ overall risk of early death is 25% lower than those people who don’t take a sip of a coffee. Sounds new to you, right?

  1. Coffee reduces the risk of stroke and hypertension

Moderate consumption of coffee (2–4 cups a day) can be the miracle to lessen hypertension and with a lower risk of stroke, respectively.

  1. Coffee reduces the threat of Parkinson’s disease.

Several studies have results that regular consumption of coffee decreases the risk of Parkinson’s disease by 25 %.

  1. Coffee protects your body from diseases

Coffee contains a lot of antioxidants and minerals that fight and protect your body against free radicals and other diseases in your body.

  1. Coffee is good for your brain

Alzheimer’s disease can be treated with high caffeine levels in your blood to reduce the chances to acquire the said disease. It also lowers the risk of dementia and other mental health risks.

  1. Coffee may lower the risk of Type II diabetes.

Caffeine reduces your risk of type 2 diabetes and decreases your insulin sensitivity and impairs glucose tolerance in your bloodstream.

  1. Coffee brightens up your gloomy mood, helps fight depression, anxiety and lowers the risk of suicidal tendencies

Surprisingly, coffee stimulates the happy hormones in the central nervous system and boosts the production of neurotransmitters like dopamine, serotonin, and noradrenaline, which brightens up your mood. By 50 %, two cups of coffee or any caffeinated drink a day prevents the risk of suicide and depression.

 

 

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Jade Casas is proactive human rights activist and advocate. He was a campus journalist and an active student leader during his college years. He usually writes about entertainment, news, lifestyle and education.

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