Every day, a cup of coffee is consumed all over the world regardless of its pros and cons. But, are there any benefits of coffee? For some people, coffee is a “must-have” to start their day. Some believe that coffee is not suitable for cardiovascular health. So the question arises, Is drinking a cup of coffee unhealthy for you, or can it benefit your overall mind and health?
Yesterday I read a quote over coffee… Well, about coffee –
We want to do a lot of stuff; We’re not in great shape. We didn’t get a good night’s sleep. We’re a little depressed. Coffee solves all these problems in one delightful little cup.Jerry Seinfeld
Coffee is not just a regular beverage; it’s a ritual for our busy mornings. There are so many studies and theories about coffee to find if it is bad or good for health.
The good news for all coffee lovers ( and others alike) is – Coffee is good for our health in so many ways. 🎉
Coffee can decelerate the development of Parkinson’s disease. It also helps to deal with neurodegenerative symptoms and motor symptoms. With caffeine, it is possible to reverse signs of dementia ( memory loss ). Studies show that coffee consumption can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s, especially in elders. According to one research, caffeine consumption may be particularly beneficial before the disease, i.e., during the pre-morbid phase.
Studies showed that 1 – 2 cups of coffee helps reduce the risk of heart stroke and atherosclerosis, a condition in which plaque builds up inside the arteries, preventing blood from flowing naturally.
If you are a woman and consume coffee regularly within a safe limit, there is less chance for coronary heart disease, and ultimately it will help you live a healthy natural life.
We all know that coffee is a tasty brew with lots of antioxidants, including hydrocinnamic acids and polyphenols. Polyphenols help prevent colon cancer and type 2 diabetes.
In addition to antioxidants, coffee also contains riboflavin, magnesium, and potassium.
We receive more dietary oxidants from beverages like coffee, green tea, wine, etc. than from food.
Coffee is excellent for helping with liver disease, as caffeine is a natural detoxifier for the liver. Coffee helps to slow down liver cirrhosis and Fibrosis. For patients suffering from nonalcohol-related fatty liver disease, coffee and green tea with moderate exercise are great options.
During caffeine absorption, our body forms a chemical named “paraxanthine”. This chemical paraxanthine slows the growth of scar tissues. It helps the body fight against liver cancer and hepatocellular carcinoma, alcohol-related liver failure, and Hepatitis C.
What’s more helpful than a cup of freshly brewed joe to awaken your brain in the morning? Caffeine is useful for mental alertness, concentration, and productivity. For us at CozyReads, having a fresh coffee in your hand before starting to work really helps. It helps us in feeling fresh, active and helps us focus on the task at hand. Combing coffee with a light and healthy breakfast is a good start to our day, and I am sure, will be to yours as well.
So the important point is that coffee is tasty and healthy, but you should always drink it within the right limit.
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