coffee and health

Drinking Coffee May Reduce Liver Damage

Drinking Coffee May Reduce Liver Damage

A new study revealed that drinking coffee may reduce the liver damage associated with drinking… other things, including beer, wine and spirits. A study conducted at Southampton University in the UK found that those who consumed 2 or more cups of coffee each day were 44% less likely to develop…
Coffee May Lower Diabetes Risk

Coffee May Lower Diabetes Risk

There are two types of coffee drinkers: casual drinkers and habitual drinkers. While bring a “habitual drinker” doesn’t necessarily sound like a good thing, it certainly is when it comes to coffee consumption. A recent study added one more positive to the long list of health benefits associated with drinking…

New Dietary Guidelines Encourage Coffee Consumption

You should probably be drinking more coffee than you currently do. Coffee consumption has been linked to all kinds of health benefits, including a reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. It can also help to keep you alert and focused. The U.S. Department of Agriculture…
Coffee Consumption May Prevent Melanoma

Coffee Consumption May Prevent Melanoma

Coffee can perk you up and give you a generous boost of antioxidents – both of which are good reasons to pour youself a second cup in the morning. New research reveals that coffee may have other health benefits: it can help protect against melanoma, the deadliest form of skin…
Coffee Consumption May Lower Alzheimer’s Risk

Coffee Consumption May Lower Alzheimer’s Risk

Coffee does a lot of wonderful things, in addition to simply tasting good, and we can add one more to the list today. A new study has linked coffee consumption with lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers at the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee, a nonprofit that studies the…
Drinking Coffee is Good for Your Teeth

Drinking Coffee is Good for Your Teeth

Rich, dark coffee can easily stain your teeth – just like other colorful foods and beverages, including red wine – if you drink it straight. Based on this, you might assume that coffee is bad for your teeth. If you look beyond the coffee stains (which can be removed with…