Why you must drink Coffee everyday?

  • October 13, 2016
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#6 Lower Alzheimer’s risk
We already talked about how coffee can improve brain function, and it appears that drinking coffee may also provide benefits for the brain that go beyond helping you wake up in the morning. A number of studies have determined that people who drink coffee also reduce their Alzheimer’s risk by a whopping 65 percent.
#7 Lower Parkinson’s risk
It’s clear that researchers are really onto something regarding coffee’s unique ability to help maintain brain health. Parkinson’s Disease results in the destruction of neurons in the brain that produce dopamine. This time, it is more clear that it’s the caffeine that is responsible for the reduction in risk of between 32 and 60 percent. People who drank decaffeinated coffee did not experience the same reduction in risk.
#8 Healthy liver
The liver can really take a beating when people take too many prescription drugs, drink too much alcohol or eat too many sugary foods. The result is often severe scarring of the liver tissue that is more commonly known as cirrhosis. It appears that coffee can somehow help protect the liver from cirrhosis. People who drink four or more cups of coffee a day have an 80 percent lower risk.
#9 Fight depression
Depression is a serious condition that affects millions of people worldwide. In the U.S. alone, it is estimated that about 4 percent of the population suffer from what is considered clinical depression. During 2011, a study at Harvard University found that woman who drink at last four cups of coffee per day were 20 percent less likely to suffer from depression.
#10 Cut cancer risk
Liver cancer is the third leading cause of death in the world. Right behind that cancer we find that colorectal cancer is the fourth leading cause of death. Coffee may help protect against both types of cancer. Medical research has shown that coffee drinkers have a 40 percent lower risk of liver cancer, while those who drank 4 or 5 cups per day reduced their risk of colorectal cancer by up to 15 percent.
#11 Live longer
Although it’s often difficult for medical researchers to reach a definitive conclusion in light of the numerous factors that influence any study, it appears that coffee drinkers may be cutting their risk of death. Two large studies demonstrated that men who drank coffee were 20 percent less likely to die, and women who drank coffee were 26 percent likely to die over a period spanning 18-24 years. (Health)

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