Is Coffee Good For You? The Age Old Question

The mystery of Atlantis, alien life, why cats always land on their feet; life is full of seemingly unanswerable questions at times. Another issue which has plagued folk for many a year is one related to what might well be the nation’s favorite beverage; coffee.

So, after all the studies and the seemingly never ending mix up with regard to a definitive answer we have done for you our readers right here on the Major Health Blog, it looks like we’ve finally been given the truth.

Yes, as it turns out, coffee is actually good for you! Yes, throw those hands in the air and give thanks to whatever deity you believe in, because there is also some proof.

Sure, it would be wrong to imply that the question of whether coffee is actually beneficial for your health or not is anything other than an inherently complicated one, and one which has been queried many times over the years.

However, the way coffee is put together and prepared has a lot of baring on how good it can actually be for you. In the process of actually roasting coffee beans, over 1,000 compounds are created and the vast majority of these are, thankfully, antioxidants; an entirely beneficial thing… for skin to bones and repair, the body loves these antioxidants.

It’s also worth noting that these impressive compounds also help create the taste and richness associated with the beloved beverage itself, but there is more to coffee than the roasted bean and the potential perks.

There is evidence, at long last we may add, that coffee is good for a fair few ailments, and even some serious problems. Take diabetes for example.

Type two diabetes is an illness which is fairly common these days, and yet it would seem that coffee has the power to drastically decrease the danger of developing this ailment.

It might actually be a very pleasing idea for someone to drink coffee, especially if they are unlucky enough to have a genetic link to type two diabetes Parknsons or even Alzheimers disease. Even folk who are seemingly more likely to contract Hepatitis can benefit from drinking coffee.

So, there it is in black and white (depending on whether you take it with milk or not). Coffee can, genuinely be good for you.

So, rejoice, pop the machine on and enjoy what you will as there are benefits to be enjoyed.

0 comments
0 likes
Prev post: What is the Best type of Coffee used in the Cold ?Next post: Why So Many Love the Toronto Music Scene

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *