Happy News for Coffee Addicts; 7 reasons to take coffee every day

By Salma C, Intern Reporter
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For many people, coffee is an inevitable element in their day-to-day life. Starting a day with a sip of coffee is a mood-changing factor. It has become a must-have beverage for many of us.

Caffeine is an addictive element in coffee. Is it dangerous? At least a few doubt about the coffee, is it good or bad for health?

Don’t worry. According to the US-based health information company Healthline Media’s studies, coffee helps to boost the level of concentration and energy. Apart from its stimulating effects, coffee also has other health benefits. It can help your heart, liver, and so on.

Studies say that coffee comes with plenty of health benefits; it keeps us fresh, active and productive.  Here are some benefits of coffee:

Boost energy level

Coffee contains caffeine that inhibits receptors of a neurotransmitter called adenosine which resists fatigue and increases energy levels. The energy-boosting power of coffee is mostly due to the caffeine it contains. This stimulant is absorbed into your bloodstream after you drink. From there, it goes to your brain. In the brain, caffeine works to prevent inhibitory neurotransmitter adenosine.

Reduced risk of type 2 diabetes

A cup of coffee can reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, an impairment in the way the body regulates and uses sugar (glucose) as a fuel. A study found that drinking coffee reduced the risk of the onset of Type 2 diabetes by 9 percent. According to Diabetes(dot)co(dot)uk, coffee contains polyphenols, which contain antioxidants and help to prevent inflammatory illnesses such as Type 2 diabetes.

Keeps your mind healthy

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Research suggests that coffee may help protect against some neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. Drinking coffee is associated with a lower risk of dementia.

Helps reduce weight

Coffee helps burn excess body fat and keeps the intestines healthy, which helps in weight loss. A review of studies concluded that consuming large amounts of coffee does not accumulate fat in the body and keeps your weight under control.

Reduces Stress level

Research shows that coffee reduces stress and depression. Coffee can even reduce bad feelings like suicide. A study also shows that people are more likely to be physically active if they drink coffee.

Keeps your Liver Healthy

You can keep your liver healthy with the help of coffee. Coffee eliminates many liver-related diseases, including fatty liver and liver cancer. After reviewing more than 1,000 studies in humans, the World Health Organization has recently confirmed that the regular use of moderate amounts of coffee may prevent liver cancer.

Keeps the Heart Healthy

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Drinking coffee may reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and heart attack. Research suggests that drinking coffee may benefit heart health. At the same time, a review found that drinking three to five cups of coffee in a day reduces the risk of heart disease by 15 percent.

Caffeine, the main element in coffee stimulates the central nervous system and boosts the production of neurotransmitters like serotonin, dopamine, and noradrenaline, which elevate your mood. Two cups of coffee a day prevents the risk of suicide by 50 percent. So when you are out of energy, sit back, take some sip of coffee and relax.

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