6 Facts That Show The Benefits Of Drinking Coffee

6 Facts That Show The Benefits Of Drinking Coffee

Up until this century, drinking coffee was seen not only as a bad habit but also as vice people need to discard. They thought coffee means having a bad breath, heart issues, so on and so forth. But recent study research proves that drinking small amounts of coffee on a daily basis isn’t harmful and thinking that is very dangerous was only a misconception.

So, coffee lovers should definitely stop feeling bad about consuming one cup of coffee every morning because this habit isn’t harmful at all, moreover it might extend the life of the coffee consumer as well!

A protected liver

Due to different causes, your liver might need protection against various diseases that may lead to cirrhosis, for instance. Drinking coffee will help you win a battle or two against these illnesses.

Fat free

Studies have shown that if you drink coffee without sugar, it is a high probability you burned around 10% – 27% of body fat.

Stroke no more

Against the common belief that coffee might lead to heart diseases and, eventually strokes, a study proved that drinking one cup of coffee every day will actually decrease the chances of having a stroke by almost 20%.

Prevention of type 2 Diabetes

Drinking coffee before you eat has its benefits (insulin resistance, etc) but the ones who already have diabetes cannot drink coffee and expect that they will be cured. It is only effective as a prevention method and not as treatment.

Prevention of suicide

Caffeine consumption (in small doses) has a role in suicide prevention as well. The coffee drinking habit might function as an antidepressant.

Prevention of heart illnesses

Drinking coffee (in small doses only) is beneficial for your heart as well. Caffeine has an important role when it comes to the stimulation of the central nervous system.

In other words, finding a balance in life and drinking coffee in small doses might improve your health and extend your life.


Anna is an avid blogger with an educational background in medicine and mental health. She is a generalist with many other interests including nutrition, women's health, astronomy and photography. In her free time from work and writing, Anna enjoys nature walks, reading, and listening to jazz and classical music.

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