Coffee Coffee Coffeeeee!!!! Is it really bad for you?
Coffee lovers, this one’s for you.
(And if you’re a coffee hater, you may find an interesting fact or tip in here, too).
Perhaps you’ve come across some unfavorable info strongly suggesting that coffee is “really bad for you.” Most likely on the condition it’s high in caffeine – around 100mg caffeine per cup, and we’ll get to that…
Perhaps you’ve seen some ads promoting a product that’s “better than coffee.” In their dreams!
No other beverage compares. Coffee is simply irreplaceable.
(Note: this is a slightly bias statement).
Coffee consists of around 1,000 compounds from antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents, to vitamins and minerals. Over several years, many studies are showing that coffee – both caffeinated and decaffeinated – impart health benefits including:
Decreased risk for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
Lowered risk for cardiovascular disease
Lowered incidence of fibrosis and cirrhosis of the liver
Protective against cancer of the liver and colon
Blood sugar lowering and lowered risk for type 2 diabetes
And let’s not ignore the simple benefits as to why coffee lovers do love coffee so much: