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Coffee is one name that everybody is familiar with. One of the world’s most sought-after beverages that comes with so many variants. 

On one hand, coffee enjoys being the in-demand drink, and on the other, it offers some perks to the consumers, being highly rich with antioxidants and some beneficial nutrients! It seems relatively healthy! 

And the icing on the cake is, all of this is proven. Studies show that coffee drinkers are less prone to several serious diseases.

So, it isn’t just toothsome and energizing- it is right for your health as well. 

The results from studies on coffee and health have come up with some fantastic outcomes!  

Though the counter controversies do exist and henceforth, research is an ongoing process. Despite all that you might have heard, the most common one is caffeine content, which is an excellent stimulant; let’s take a look at the many good things about coffee now.  

Coffee, a boisson rich in many nutrients found naturally in the coffee beans. 


How much of nutrients does a typical coffee mug (250 ml) have in its daily value?

  • 11% Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 
  • 6% Vitamin B5 Pantothenic acid
  • 2% Vitamin B1 Thiamine
  • 2% Vitamin B3 Niacin
  • 1% Folate
  • 3% Manganese
  • 2% Magnesium
  • 3% Potassium
  • 1% Phosphorus

A tip for you!

Try and multiply these numbers with your daily intake of coffee and amaze yourself with the insight about your significant portion of daily nutrients intake.  

Now, out of the vast coffee range, we have distinguished between the two broader dimensions: Decaffeinated Coffee Vs. Regular

A lot of people opt for the decaf instead of the regular one. The decaf one is usually made with chemical solvents by rinsing the coffee beans into the solution. This is done for a reason. Each time it is rinsed, the caffeine content gets rinsed off, leaving the coffee purely de-caffeinated.

Though it is impossible to make it free from caffeine, yes, to an extent, it is removed!  

This article is gonna dig all the aspects associated with coffee. So, let’s explore some benefits associated with drinking coffee now.

benefits of coffee – 1

Extremely Good for Your Liver

The liver is a superbly functioning system in the body. This organ is prone to many diseases as well like hepatitis, fatty liver disease, etc. 

Did you know? Many of these conditions tend to lead to a situation called Cirrhosis. Consuming around four cups of coffee a day is believed to lower this risk by 80%. Sounds so relieving!


It can lower the risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s

Alzheimer’s is the most common neuro-degenerative disease and the leading cause of dementia worldwide. It can be effectively prevented in about 65% cases by including coffee to the diet along with other things. 

Parkinson’s again is caused by the death of dopamine-generating neurons in the brain. Yes, we don’t have such remarkable cures for both so far. But studies tell, coffee drinkers have a lower risk of developing these. 


It can drastically lower the risk of Type 2 Diabetes

This major health problem is currently affecting tons of people at the global level. Elevated blood sugar levels caused by insulin resistance or reduced ability to secrete insulin are the main characteristics of type 2 diabetes.

Our experts tell us that a daily coffee cup can prove extremely significant in reducing this risk to almost 23-50% cases. 

Our experts tell us that a daily coffee cup can prove extremely significant in reducing this risk to almost 23-50% cases. 


Helps burn fat and improves physical performance

Caffeine is believed as a fantastic stimulant that stimulates the nervous system, thereby signaling the fat cells to break down body fat. Do you know how fat is distributed in your body and how it is related to your health? 

Additionally, it also boosts blood adrenaline levels and activates the fight/flight/freeze hormones in the body for an intensive physical exertion. 

Have a strong cup of coffee half an hour before going to the gym next time!


It makes you smarter!

Oh yes! This is pretty interesting! So if you are a coffee drinker, you’re gonna feel less tired as the psychoactive substance caffeine will boost your energy levels.

Detailed studies mention that coffee improves many of our brains; memory, vigilance, mood, blocking the inhibitory neurotransmitter adenosine, reaction timings, etc. All this is worth having a cup of coffee now! You can also check out our blog on how exercising has positive effects on your brain which you can definitely club with your coffee mug! 


It helps you fight depression and makes you happier.

Last but never the least, coffee might help you combat depression and improve your thinking patterns, thereby improving life quality.

4.1% of people in the US are currently dealing with a situation called clinical depression. 

A Harvard study showed that women who drank four cups of coffee per day had a 20% lower risk of having depression, and in the case of men, it is even more, 53%. 

So according to this study, coffee is  helpful to prevent suicidal thoughts and render a happy life to an individual. 


Who should not be drinking coffee?

Let’s answer the question. Here certainly are some groups who should be avoiding drinking coffee because it might be harmful to them.   

  • Pregnant women should completely steer clear of coffee.
  • If you have anxiety issues, high blood pressures, insomnia, keep away from consuming coffee. Or limit the intake for a while to see if it helps.
  • Do you have metabolism issues? Coffee is not the best option for you then. The caffeine eventually might stimulate an increased risk of heart attacks. 

So now, we know so many benefits for our very own coffee. Be it just a typical day or any special occasion or just an outing, coffee finds its place every time and everywhere. Why not! It’s worth it! 

But this does not mean at all that we consume it too much. Excessive consumption is never acceptable, and therefore a limit and sharp intake are healthy to an extent!

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