Would you ever consider coffee to be a health food drink? I never had until recently when I found some research to show that it is! Luckily, if I want to reap the benefits of coffee, I don’t have to develop a taste for it. I already enjoy a nice cup of coffee whether it’s from Ethiopia, Yemen or Italy I very rarely come across one that I don’t like.
Caffeine is abundant in coffee and this is what most people focus in on when talking about coffee. People always talk about how coffee is bad for you and if you drink too much it can be, but I always need to know more. I do realise and I am sure you do too that a lot of coffee can affect how you sleep through the night but coffee is naturally grown. What does this mean? I can’t think of any other legally grown item that is bad for you so why should coffee be?
I have alerts set up in Google that tell me when any new blog entries containing information about coffee. One day an alert came in talking about a relationship between coffee and diabetes type 2. After a good read it turns out that the Journal of American Medical Association have carried out tests to show that if you drink moderate amounts of coffee on a daily basis then you will significantly reduce the chances of contracting type 2 diabetes.
Having this is great especially if you are in the high risk category for diabetes type 2 but there are other benefits as well. For people who at high risk of liver disease too it can help to reduce the chance of liver damage.
These are just a couple of the benefits that you can get from drinking coffee regularly but you also need to know where to get it from. If you need anything from a wide selection of coffee to snacks and also brewers to make it then I would recommend that you check out Coffee Cow. They are some of the most experienced in the industry and know what they’re talking about.
I really can’t give you any more reasons to go and drink some more coffee. It’s both healthy and easy to get your hands on so go and treat yourself.