Often a cup of coffee is seen as a calorie growth drink but study after study that one cup can be ‘˜too good to turn down’. From a lower stroke risk to fewer cavities, here are the best reasons to enjoy a cup or two.
Often a cup of coffee is seen as a calorie growth drink but study after study that one cup can be ‘too good to turn down’. The caffeine content may play a protective role in some health conditions, but many of coffee’s health perks hold up whether you go for decaf or regular. From a lower stroke risk to fewer cavities, here are the best reasons to enjoy a cup or two.
It is learned that the cup of coffee is rich in minerals like magnesium and chromium, which may help control blood sugar levels.
Running or walking under the sun might risk you for skin cancer. Well, a cup of coffee (iced will do) can help solve those problems.
Somehow, researchers have also found out that a cup of coffee can help you reduce the stress that is piled on after a day’s work or doing the chores.
Although this doesn’t mean you can ditch your dental floss, coffee may even help fight cavities. Coffee contains compound trigonelline (responsible for its flavor and aroma) that has antibacterial properties which keeps cavity-causing germs from invading tooth enamel.
Well, what do you know – Coffee can also cure breast cancer! A research carried on in a journal named Cancer Causes and Control found out that women who drank boiled Scandinavian coffee, which is similar to stronger French press or Turkish or Greek varieties, more than four times a day had a reduced risk of breast cancer compared to women who had it less than once a day.
Here’s a better idea to keep away heart problems – have two or four cups of coffee a day and expect the chance of heart disease risk lower by 20 percent, compared to those who had more or fewer cups.