Scientists have proven that coffee is good for health

Scientists have proven that coffee is good for health

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04 March 2017, 14:58

You can’t imag­ine your day with­out a few cups of aro­mat­ic cof­fee, but are you wor­ried that this is harm­ful to your health? Don’t be upset! Sci­en­tists have found that reg­u­lar cof­fee con­sump­tion does more good than harm.

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  • It is believed that cof­fee increas­es the risk of car­dio­vas­cu­lar dis­ease. In fact, there is no link between cof­fee con­sump­tion and heart attack risk. After observ­ing 27 thou­sand women for 15 years, sci­en­tists came to the con­clu­sion that 3 cups of aro­mat­ic drink per day reduces the risk of a heart attack by 24%. %. More­over, antiox­i­dants have been found among the com­po­nents of the cof­fee bean.
  • Cof­fee reduces the risk of cer­tain types of can­cer. For exam­ple, Swedish researchers found that there is no link between breast can­cer and cof­fee con­sump­tion. And Japan­ese sci­en­tists, hav­ing stud­ied 90 thou­sand women and men, found that the risk of devel­op­ing liv­er can­cer is less for those who con­sume 2–3 cups of cof­fee a day. Most like­ly, it is not cof­fee that leads to can­cer, but its con­stant com­pan­ions — cig­a­rettes.


  • Caf­feine relieves fatigue and helps the body recov­er from heavy exer­tion. Sports med­i­cine is already tak­ing advan­tage of caf­feine’s abil­i­ty to restore mus­cle tone. After drink­ing cof­fee, car­bo­hy­drates are absorbed faster and eas­i­er, which tones the mus­cles.
  • A drink made from cof­fee beans is able to cheer up, give ener­gy and vig­or, improve con­cen­tra­tion and atten­tion. And all the same 3 cups of cof­fee a day can save you from depres­sion.
  • Cof­fee drink increas­es libido in women. Doc­tors have come to the con­clu­sion that caf­feine increas­es the need for sex in the fair sex. There is one “but”: caf­feine has such an excit­ing effect only on those ladies who drink cof­fee not reg­u­lar­ly, but from time to time.

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