10 scientifically proven benefits of coffee

Coffee contains antioxidants and nutrients that can improve our health. Business Insider summarizes some of the biggest scientific proven benefits of black fragrant drink:


1. Increases the tone and makes us smarter. Coffee increases energy levels and helps to overcome fatigue. This is due to the caffeine – as used psychoactive substance . Many studies have shown that coffee improves mental functions (memory, alertness , mood, cognitive abilities) .

2 . Helps burn fat. Caffeine is contained in almost all products for burning fat. Some research suggests that caffeine may increase the metabolic rate of 11.3 %, and the other to increase the rate of fat loss from 10% to 29% depending on the weight . However, the researchers noted that these effects diminish when people regularly consume coffee .


3 . Improving physical activity. Caffeine helps increase the levels of epinephrine (adrenaline ) in the blood , which increases our endurance exercise. Sporud some studies, it is good to have a cup of strong coffee , half an hour before heading to the gym.

4 . Reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes. Many studies show that coffee consumption helps prevent diabetes . One cup per day reduced the risk of disease by 7% , and when the amount is increased risk could fall by 23 to 50%.


5 . Decreases depression and helps us feel happier. Harvard study found that women who drink several cups of coffee a day is 20% less likely to feel depressed.

6 . Prevents Alzheimer’s and dementia. Scientists from the University of South Florida found that three cups of coffee a day are excellent to prevent or materially delay the onset and slow down the negative effects of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease . Other studies have shown that regular consumption it can reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease in 65% .

7 . Reduces the risk of Parkinson’s disease. Its regular consumption may reduce the risk of its development with between 32 and 60 %, according to studies .


8 . A beneficial effect on the liver . Coffee may protect against cirrhosis. The risk of its development in people who drank more than three cups of coffee per day was 80 % lower , the researchers said .

9. It does not cause heart disease and reduce the risk of stroke. Most studies have broken the myth that coffee increases the risk of cardiovascular disease . Moreover , some studies have reached the conclusion that the ladies coffee lovers this risk is lower . Moreover, power consumption reduces the risk of stroke by 20%.

10 . Act rejuvenation and prevents aging. Coffee contains large amounts of antioxidants . They help fight free radicals , which is one reason for the aging of cells .

31 thoughts on “10 scientifically proven benefits of coffee”

  1. Reblogged this on Life of Sheebs and commented:
    Well, no wonder Seattle is notorious for coffee and what not! It’s nice to know that it actually helps improve your day. There are always people with coffee no matter where you turn in Seattle. I’ve found it kind of interesting where people leave empty coffee cups—I also find it interesting because people treat it like another limb or something and then it gets left behind. Ah, well.

  2. As a longtime coffee drinker–I have cut back to a maximum of 3 cups a day of full caffeine coffee–I thank you for this post of the benefits of coffee drinking. I knew most of them already, but one benefit surprised me and hit hard. Both of my parents were strictly tea drinkers, never coffee. My dad died of Alzheimer’s 5 years ago, and my mother has advancing dementia. Not that lack of coffee cause either of these totally, but it is something to think about.
    Thank you.

  3. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog earlier today! I thoroughly enjoyed this read; I sometimes feel guilty for enjoying a few cups of coffee to jump start my mornings! This read was comforting 🙂

  4. I appreciated the information you provided. While my husband is a coffee addict, I, on the other hand, enjoy an occasional cup of coffee, but it must be a flavored coffee. (toasted marshmallow is my fav.!) lol I was told, by my dr. to limit my coffee consumption that contains caffeine because I have “controlled diabetes type 2”. He feels the caffeine increases my glucose level. I would enjoy more! Do you know anything about this? Thanks again for the info. Enjoyed the reading.

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