A major study has uncovered an Italian secret to preventing prostate cancer. Italian-style espresso coffee cuts the risk of prostate cancer by over 50%! If you love strong coffee, your prostate could thank you for it!
Researchers from the Italian National Institute of Health studied the link between prostate cancer and the coffee drinking habits of more than 7,000 Italian men over four years. ... ››› more
Turns out drinking down several cups of coffee every morning offers more benefits than just waking up your system!
According to a new study published in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, people who drink lots of coffee may have a lower risk of multiple sclerosis.
Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that arises when arises your immune system mistakenly attacks the p... ››› more
Past research has linked drinking coffee to a decreased risk of chronic diseases including diabetes, age-related cognitive declines, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and prostate cancer.
Now, a new study by researchers at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, in the USA have discovered yet another good reason to start every day with your beloved cup of java…
According to their s... ››› more
As if you needed another food reason to go to your local coffee shop! Researchers have found that drinking several cups of java a day could stop liver disease in its tracked, according to an American study published in the journal Hepatology.
If you or a loved one have advanced liver disease or chronic hepatitis C, keep reading to learn how drinking coffee every day can help slow down the progr... ››› more
If you're at risk of developing type 2 diabetes and wondering how you can significantly cut your risk, a recent study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has the answer for you: Drink coffee!
But there's a catch - according to the study, drinking coffee will only slash your type 2 diabetes risk if you enjoy your cup of java with lunch. Read on for more about this interesting... ››› more
I'll admit it - I'm the type of person who simply can't start my day without a strong, aromatic cup of coffee. But as much as I love my morning cup of joe, I'm aware of the health dangers associated with drinking coffee...
You see, coffee has a number of metabolic effects on your body that just isn't good for you. It's dehydrating, stimulates your nervous system, increases your heart rate, caus... ››› more
Attention caffeine addicts!
Just when you thought that coffee is unhealthy and that you should replace your morning cuppa with green tea, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) announces that the amount of caffeine contained in five espressos per day doesn't pose any health risks for the average person!
To learn more about what researchers found after doing a review on the safety of caffe... ››› more
The number of studies on how good or bad coffee is for us just keeps growing. Here's one more to add to the mix…
A recent study conducted by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health that examined how changes in habits of coffee and drinking affects your health has proven that increasing your coffee intake over a four-year period can slash your risk of getting type 2 diabetes.
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It's that time of year when our energy levels are falling into the red zone and naturally, we're reaching for the quick-fix… caffeine.
Dr Jacob Teitelbaum, an American internist and fatigue expert, explains, “We have an energy crisis of historic proportions going on. We're reaching for anything that will give us energy - and we're over-relying on coffee now more than ever!”
The negativ... ››› more
If you're anything like me, you can't start your day without the magical elixir that is coffee…
Not only does coffee keep you buzzing and motivated for the most part of the day, it also revs up your metabolism, improves your brain function, enhances your athletic performance, boosts far burn, lowers your risk of type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and liver disease, and ... ››› more
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