9 great benefits of coffee that science has proven

According to scientists, if we drink coffee in moderation, we not only have reduced health problems, but coffee also brings positive benefits for our body. Here are 9 great benefits of coffee that have been scientifically proven.



  1. Coffee reduces the risk of cirrhosis.

Scientists from the Mario Negri Institute in Italy found that coffee consumption could reduce the risk of developing cirrhosis by up to 50%.

  1. Coffee reduces the risk of developing Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.

Scientists from the Centre for Study of Alzheimer's disease, situated in Tampa FL have conducted a study to determine the effect of coffee, in the development of Alzheimer's disease. Study showed that drinking 3 cups of coffee a day could reduce the risk of developing the disease by up to 65%. Researchers from the Federal University of Santa Catarina in Brazil stated that regularly drinking coffee, could be considered as a preventative measure, against Parkinson's disease. The risk of developing this disease can be reduced by 20%.


  1. Coffee reduces the risk of cancer.

Many researches have been done over the last few decades, to show that coffee has a negative impact on our health. It has also been mentioned, that it could lead to the development of cancer. However, this assumption has not been proven correctly in recent years.

A study conducted by the Department of Clinical Studies, at the University of Milan and Department of Epidemiology at the Mario Negri Institute, has shown that coffee consumption reduces the risk of developing breast cancer and prostate cancer.



  1. Coffee has a positive effect on the cardiovascular system.

Another common misconception about coffee, is that it is linked to cardiovascular disease in humans. In fact, some studies have been conducted by scientists at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, National University of Singapore and Brigham Women's Hospital, showing that people who drink 3-5 cups of coffee a day is three times less at risk of heart disease than others.

The study also shows, that there was no significant difference between consuming 1 cup or 3 cups of coffee, because such a small amount would not have any negative effects on the cardiovascular system.

  1. Coffee reduces the development of arthritis and gallstones.

Gout is a manifestation of poor metabolism and leads to the accumulation of various components in body tissue. Meanwhile, coffee is a type that can improve metabolism. Regular use of coffee can help prevent this disease. This fact has been demonstrated by scientists from both Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Brigham Women's Hospital.

Some substances found in coffee, such as caffeine, may reduce the risk of developing gallstones.

  1. Coffee reduces the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.

Danish scientists from the University of Aarhus, the University Hospital of Aarhus and the University Hospital of Odense have demonstrated that drinking coffee does not affect the development of Type 2 diabetes. Even Cafestol, an ingredient in coffee also actively supports in the fight against substances that cause diabetes.


  1. Coffee rejuvenates every cell in your body.

People who regularly drink coffee look younger than the others of a similar age.

Antioxidants contained in coffee have the effect of rejuvenating the cells of your body. Scientists from Ewha Women's University in Seoul, said that coffee extract, can help you remove wrinkles, reduce dehydration and collagen. That is why people who drink coffee regularly look younger than others of their age.

  1. Coffee increases muscle strength in the older people.

As we mentioned above, there are many reasons why drinking coffee at an older age is a good idea. Scientists from Coventry University have found that caffeine contributes to muscle strength in older people.


  1. Coffee helps you live longer.

Marc J. Gunter and Neil Murphy said that coffee can reduce the risk of death for a variety of reasons. Studies have been conducted in different countries and as a result, people who drink coffee often have lower death rates than others

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