Truth About Coffee
Can the secret of good health be found in a cup of joe? Not completely, but research is showing it’s a good start.
Have you heard the latest buzz about coffee?
Here you go guys. Oh, thank you.
It might just be good for you.Over the years some 19,000 studies have analyzed the health impact of coffee—and if you’re a latte lover, you’ll be pleased to know that the results keep pouring in:
Trigonelline, the compound in coffee that makes it smell so good, has been shown to reduce cavities.
Coffee is also full of disease fighting antioxidants. In fact it contains more then blueberries and broccoli.
The caffeine in 16 ounces of coffee boosts athletic speed and endurance and reduces muscle fatigue. By contrast, you’d need 64 ounces of cola to get the same result.
Studies show with just two cups of java a day can cut your risk of colon cancer by 25%, gallstones by nearly 50%, and cirrhosis of the liver and Parkinson’s by a whopping 80%.