Another study from The Annals of Internal Medicine links drinking coffee to living a longer life. From MSN: “The newest study analyzed coffee consumption habits of more than 170,000 people in the United Kingdom ages 37 to 73 and followed them for an average of seven years. Researchers found that those who drank between 1.5 to 3.5 cups of coffee per day were 16% to 21% less likely to die from all-cause, cancer-related and cardiovascular disease-related mortality during the study period than non-coffee drinkers.“ Yup. A steady stream of studies that continue to show how beneficial coffee can be to improve your health and […]
So, one of the big questions about coffee and heart health; Is it good for you? Most of us get a jolt of energy with that first sip of coffee in the morning. It feels great! It helps us focus. But are we doing harm to our heart? Not according to the latest studies. In fact, coffee is good for your heart, according to the findings. From EatThis.com: This may be music to your sleep-deprived ears: new research convincingly shows that, for most people, enjoying coffee on a regular basis may actually be good for your heart. This is one of the reasons […]
A new study shows that caffeine does not help sleep deprivation.
We’ve all been there. You wake up after a night of poor sleep. Feeling groggy and exhausted, you reach for that magical elixir called coffee. You get your energy boost. You start to feel less tired. But do you perform better after drinking coffee? Not according to a new study.
We are learning more and more about how coffee benefits so many aspects of our biology. Now, a new study shows that coffee benefits brain function! A study out of Portugal’s University of Minho School of Medicine compared several factors of brain function with coffee drinkers and non-coffee drinkers. The team led by School of Medicine President Nuno Sousa used MRI scans for the study. EatThis.com reports: As a result, Sousa and his team discovered that there is, indeed, a connection between drinking coffee and “a more efficient and beneficial pattern of connections with respect to motor control and alertness.” In […]