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5 Incredible Things That Happen When You Drink Coffee Daily

5 Incredible Things That Happen When You Drink Coffee Daily

Incredible Things That Happen When You Drink Coffee Daily

For the morning pleasure, an effective alarm clock and a morning boost, coffee is for many people an essential ingredient to start the day. Although it was pointed out and described as a
bad product  for health, different scientific studies have proved the opposite. Let us take the many benefits of this drink.

Appreciated for its distinct taste, coffee contains many nutrients, including powerful antioxidants that protect our body from the effects of free radicals. In addition to giving us a good boost of energy, coffee brings many benefits:

Coffee improves metabolism:

Your morning coffee could help you lose weight. Indeed, thanks to the caffeine it contains, coffee helps to improve the metabolism and thus helps to burn fat faster and more efficiently. According to some studies, coffee can increase metabolism by 3 to 11%! It also allows the body to use fat rather than glucose as a source of energy.

Moreover, coffee is the perfect ally of sportsmen. Through the stimulating action of caffeine, it helps to improve performance by giving a boost of energy. This substance increases the levels of adrenaline and fatty acids in the blood which allows to have better performances.

Coffee boosts the brain:

The next time you order a coffee, do it for your brain! This drink is excellent for cerebral functions, because it improves cognitive processes, including memory, concentration, attention and alertness. All functions related to intelligence!

Coffee would also help protect brain health. Indeed, according to a study by the University of South Florida and the University of Miami in the United States, people over 65 years of age who have high levels of caffeine in the blood, would develop Alzheimer's 2 to 4 years later than those with lower levels. Coffee obviously does not protect against this disease, but it can delay its appearance and reduce its risks. This effect is due to caffeine, which protects brain connections and prevents their deterioration as well as the development of myelin plaques that increase the risk of Alzheimer's.

In addition, coffee can also help alleviate the symptoms of Parkinson's disease. According to an article published in the journal Science Daily, consuming coffee regularly would allow people who suffer from Alzheimer's to better control their movement and improve their motor skills.

Coffee makes happy:

In addition to the small taste it gives us, coffee also reduces the risk of suicide. According to a study conducted by the Harvard Medical School, men and women who consume 2 to 4 cups of coffee a day, see their risk of suicide reduced to 50%. This effect can be explained by the antidepressant action of coffee, favoring the synthesis of neurotransmitters, in particular dopamine and serotonin.

Coffee reduces the risk of skin cancer:
According to a study by the Harvard Medical School and the Brigham and Women Hospital in Boston, women who drink a minimum of three cups of coffee per day are less likely to contract skin cancer, Those who do not.

This study was carried out on 112 897 men and women, which the researchers followed for a period of 20 years.

Coffee reduces the risk of diabetes:

According to a study conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health and published in the medical journal Diabetologia, coffee has antidiabetic properties. The researchers studied the medical data of more than 120,000 men and women who responded to various questionnaires concerning their diet and especially their consumption of coffee. Data were updated every 4 years for 20 years.

The research found that consuming one and a half more cups of coffee daily for 4 years helps reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes by 11%, while regular consumption of 3 cups of coffee per day Day decreases this risk by 37%.

These effects are mainly due to the caffeine that boosts the body, as well as the nutrients (magnesium, potassium and antioxidants) in coffee that facilitate sugar absorption by the cells.