Addicted to coffee ? Good news there are health benefits of drinking coffee in 2022

Addicted to coffee ? Good news there are health benefits of drinking coffee in 2022

 Millions of people around the world crave a hot cup of coffee, or maybe it's the fourth of the day. Anyway, coffee consumption in America alone is 50% (if you are in the 18-24 age group), anyone above that age group and we are aiming for 63% and more. However, coffee drinkers don't have to worry, researchers have conducted numerous studies and found that there are numerous health benefits of drinking coffee - some of which will probably surprise you! (Note that these are just a few of the health benefits, and there are many!)


1 Diabetes

Researchers at Harvard University have concluded that drinking a cup of coffee a day reduces the risk of developing diabetes by as much as 9%. In addition, it also reduces the risk of developing kidney stones by 26% if you drink one or more cups a day. Basically, it stimulates urination more, which causes the release of additional sodium and calcium from your system.


2 Liver cancer

The University of Hawaii Cancer Center claims that consuming two to three cups of coffee daily helps reduce the development of liver cancer by 38% compared to those who do not consume coffee. In addition, a study from the University of Southampton found that "drinking one more cup of caffeinated coffee per day was associated with a 20% reduction in the risk of liver cancer, two more cups with a 35% reduction and up to five cups with reduced risk. . " in two. "


3 improves memory

Only 200 mg of caffeine helps improve your memory! Dude, how many of us need help in this department? My hand is in the air! Either way, how it works is that it helps block neurotransmitters that dull your memory. This therefore allows other neurotransmitters to find memories more easily.


4 Helps reduce depression

Thanks again to some Harvard researchers, they discovered some amazing facts about coffee and depression. Researchers found that coffee drinkers were 55% less likely than those who did not drink coffee to kill themselves. Additionally, the Finns conducted their own study and found that coffee drinkers were 77% less likely to develop depressive symptoms.


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