We have all heard about how coffee, despite all its benefits, can end up being bad for our health. And while there are people who end up becoming addicted to drinking coffee, there’s nothing wrong with enjoying your cup of joe every morning! If anything, it turns out that having a cup of coffee every day can be beneficial for your health.
And we aren’t just talking about the energizing effect that caffeine has on all of us. There have been studies that show that continuous coffee drinking (but not in excess), has a number of health benefits. From the antioxidant properties of coffee to increased longevity and better brain health, there are lots of benefits we haven’t even heard of!
Here we have compiled some of the most fascinating facts about why drinking coffee is good for you! Next time someone says that drinking coffee every day is bad for your health, you will have enough reasons to explain to them that they might just be wrong on this one!
Let us know which one of these things related to drinking coffee surprised you and which ones you already knew about!
6 thoughts on “11 Reasons Why Drinking Coffee Daily Is So Good”
I would like to know if INSTANT COFFEE works as well?
Does espresso count?
The news about coffee is a surprise. I drank ice tea for years, and never took a sip of coffee. Since I met my married partner of 27 years, I drink three cups of coffee, daily. I’m feeling much better and heather than ever.
I’ve heard this before but no article seems to address DECAF coffee. Same benefits, minus the caffeine part????
I would like to know about decaf, too. Is it the coffee that helps or the caffeine? What about the caffeine in chocolate?
While there may be truth to most of these claims, it is of upmost importance to know what else is in a particular type of coffee.
For example, coffee has an affinity for the toxic mineral cadmium. Coffee is actually used to help clean up toxic waste sites, because it absorbs all of the cadmium. And it takes of cadmium from whatever soil it is grown in.
If it is not organic coffee, then it contains harmful pesticides and herbacides.
Certain coffees, such as Sulawesi, might get their rich, earthy flavor from lying wet and moldy for six months.
Coffees have varying degrees of acidity, based on the variety, the roasting, and the preparation.
I am not disputing most of the claims in this article (other than perhaps the claim that sleep deprivation is okay if coffee makes you feel wide awake and alert). However, I am suggesting that this article is unbalanced in its perspective, biased towards selling coffee.