All About Your Favorite Drink - Coffee
How many cups of coffee do you guzzle down every day? Quite a few, no doubt about it! And how much do you know about this popular beverage?
Where it’s grown or how it’s grown and how does it affect your body and mind?
Before we dive deeper into the health effects and ingredients of this wonderful drink, let's see what we review elsewhere.
* We take a look at roasting the bean. Yes, this is where it all starts!
* We have a quick view at the history of our favorite drink.
* We talk about Kona, probably the best of all coffees. Yes, from Hawaii!
* And we discuss the Fair Trade brand we see more and more often.
Recent research has shown that an average of two to four cups a day can be very beneficial to your body. This debunks all earlier assumptions about the harmful effects of this drink. It also has short term effects on your digestive system, improves your metabolism, etc.
Most of us have had a little stint with the coffee high once in a while, but if you are a regular coffee drinker, you should familiarize yourself with the ways in which it affects your body.
In fact, this beverage is a significant source of antioxidants, more than wine or chocolates. Antioxidants are molecules that protect your bodys cells from damage caused by unstable cells called radicals. An adequate amount of antioxidants in your diet can protect you from cancer and various heart diseases.
The drink is also a significant source of soluble dietary fibers, which reduce the level of LDL in your body. LDL is bad cholesterol whose accumulation in your body can lead to heart disorders and other problems.
It also helps in blood sugar regulation from people suffering from diabetes and prevents Type 2 diabetes, which is the non-insulin dependent diabetes. Other sources of soluble dietary fibers are orange juice and wine.
Coffee can also ward off cardiovascular diseases, chronic liver diseases, gallstones, colon cancer, while reducing the risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases and has anti-depressant properties too.
Prevent Sore Muscles
If you are one of those people who work out regularly, drinking a cup of coffee before exercising will help you prevent sore muscles thereafter. It might also help in building your stamina and reduces your reaction time too. You will be alert, on your guard and will be able to take quick, effective decisions. It improves your body’s fortitude and can help in the betterment of your physical performance.
Improve Your Memory
It also helps in improving your short-term-memory, recent events, people you meet and tasks at hand. Drinking it will make you alert and more responsive to your tasks and responsibilities.
Once you drink a cup of this beverage, it can take between 15 minutes to two hours to get absorbed in the blood stream. And it will help you make quick decisions and think rationally and stay focused. It will also clear your head and in turn help you drive safer.
This beverage is often criticized, as it is believed to increase blood pressure momentarily. The generation of drinkers before us, who drank one to two cups a day, were obviously under no threat whatsoever.
But professionals today, who drink cup after cup of, instant, espresso, latte, cappuccino and anything else that you can think of, are putting themselves at great health risks. Too much of anything is bad!
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Read more about this topic on the following pages:
All About Roasting
Fair Trade - A Better Price For Everyone?
History Of A Not So Average Beverage...
Kona Brand - An Exotic Mix That Thrills Your Senses
Decaf Brand - Is It Really Caffeine-free?
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How To Remove These Tough Stains
How To Make This Beverage
How Much Calories Is In A Cup
Caffeine In A Cup
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