COFFEE AND YOU




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COFFEE AND YOU


Oops, coffee. Whether you’re holding a travel mug when you wake or when you go to work or wrapping up the day work and refuel yourself with a skinny latte, it’s hard to imagine a day without it. The caffeine perks you up, and there’s something incredibly soothing about sipping a steaming cup of joy. 

Coffee is so much more than a beverage for some of us — it’s not only a drink to drink, it is a community, espresso lovers do share common interests. This beverage not only relaxes you but also provides many benefits.

Some people are so addicted to the daily cup that their day starts and ends with it. They sip 10-12 cups of it during a day.

Benefits of Coffee


Is sipping coffee is good for you?

This is a question that comes to our mind when we sip it a lot.

Let’s see what coffee has for us. We will discuss some major benefits of coffee which can turn the mood up for coffee lovers.

There are so many studies that happened in the last decade where coffee was found to be beneficial than harmful.

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Life expectancy increases – You can live longer


In past research and Recent studies, it was found that coffee drinkers are less likely to die from some of the leading causes of death in women:  coronary heart disease,  stroke,  diabetes, and kidney disease. These diseases are fatal and kill slowly. Coffee maintains and balances metabolism and other blood circulation in your body, thus helping fight ailments before it affects adversely 

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You’re less likely to develop heart failure.

Do you know this, if you drink one to two cups of it a day it may help ward off heart failure when a weakened heart has difficulty pumping enough blood to the body?

It was well studied and researched and confirmed that coffee helps improve heart activity.

Your liver will thank you.

Both ordinary and decaf espresso appear to protectively affect your liver. Exploration shows that drinkers are more likely to have liver enzyme levels within a healthy range than people who don’t drink coffee.