The Many Ways Your Morning Cup Of Coffee Can Keep You Healthy – Tasha Wilson
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Would you try a health drink that could fight cancer, reduce pain, keep you looking trim, alleviate depression and promote mental alertness? Who wouldn’t, right?

Well, what if I told you it might already be in your pantry?

Believe it or not, coffee has all those health benefits, and more!

It turns out that coffee is a real powerhouse, full of antioxidants that give us a natural boost. Just be sure to watch the amount of sugar and milk you add to your cup, since this only equates to extra fat and calories.

Take it black to savour its complex flavour along with its numerous health benefits.

Coffee is a superfood..

The antioxidants in coffee are vital micronutrients that can slow and repair the effects of toxins, sun damage and chronic degenerative diseases such as diabetes and cancer. Coffee truly is a superfood.

Each cup is brimming with a natural blend of bioflavonoids and thousands of other natural compounds that work together to neutralize the harsher effects of physical stress on our bodies.

Coffee might help fight cancer!

There has been much research done on the possibility of coffee helping to fight cancer.

Moderate coffee drinkers may be significantly reducing their risk of many types such as colon, breast, liver and prostate cancer.

It also seems to protect against Parkinson’s disease, and the majority of coffee drinkers have longer life spans than those who don’t have a morning cup or two. This may be, in part, due to the socializing aspect of meeting up with friends and the associated stress reduction that occurs during that time.

Coffee really does improve your thinking

Many studies also show that coffee can promote better memory and cognition. Since it acts as a central nervous system stimulant, it is perfect for when you need that added focus and concentration, helping you be a little bit more productive during the day.

Coffee can decrease the risk of dementia and increase mental agility. Because of that, it is a great beverage choice for older adults.

Coffee can also boost mood and energy levels. When your brain functions better, your body does too. Many athletes have attested that if taken before a workout, caffeine improves sporting performance and gives them an edge over their opponents.

Coffee helps with pain

Coffee can increase the effectiveness of painkillers. It has long been a quick cure for a light headache, probably because it increases blood circulation and reduces inflammation.

Since it lifts your mood and gives you an energy surge, coffee can be just the distraction needed to get your mind off minor aches and pains. When consumed regularly, coffee can keep you moving with less pain and stiffness.

Coffee can help your waistline

There is also some evidence that your daily coffee habit can help you stay slim. It increases your basal metabolic rate and, by stimulating movement, makes you more likely to be active, further promoting fat loss.

If weight loss is your goal, be sure to limit the amount of heavy cream or millk and sugar that you add to your coffee as these can add extra, unwanted calories.

But, how much to drink?

The benefits of coffee can be felt by just drinking one or two cups per day so keep it moderate, as there are some side effects when it’s over-consumed. Although evidence suggests that coffee is no longer on the list of foods to avoid, consuming too much caffeine can cause nervousness and jitters. If your hands shake, you’ve probably had too much.

There are also genetic factors that help dictate how much coffee your body can safely handle. These genes affect how fast your body can metabolize the caffeine content them.

Some people who metabolize it slower, could be at higher risk of heart attacks with over-consumption. Luckily it’s not just genes that dictate the effects of caffeine on your body. If you have just eaten, your stomach contents can slow down the speed at which the caffeine and its effects gets distributed around the body.

If you have a larger body mass, the effects are also weakened. Whether you have built up a tolerance to the effects of caffeine because you have been drinking it for a while is also another factor that is important to consider.

Since coffee is one of the leading sources of antioxidants, and enjoyed in cafes around the world, you can be sure that your next fix is right around the corner.

Who knew that your local coffee shop could be considered a health food chain? With this new take on the effects of coffee, you can know you are making a smart choice ordering up that espresso tomorrow. Enjoy!

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