Myths & Benefits of Drinking Coffee…

May 15, 2015
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Some myths that have been associated with coffee that have been proven to be FALSE are:

Coffee causes high blood pressure
Coffee dehydrates you and doesn’t count as fluid intake
Too much coffee gives you ulcers

Some health benefits associated with drinking coffee have proven to be:

Coffee is rich in anti-oxidants with the average adult consuming 1299 mg daily
Coffee drinkers are less likely to develop Parkinson’s.
Coffee reduces risk of Alzheimer’s disease and studies
Coffee increases alertness, enhances concentration and reduces fatigue
Coffee cuts risk of type II diabetes by 28-54%.
Coffee drinkers have up to a 52% lower incidence of colon and rectal cancer.
Daily coffee consumption reduces the risk of liver cancer by almost half.
Coffee consumption lowers the risk of developing liver cirrhosis by 71%-84%.
Coffee lowers the risk of gallstone formulation by 40%-45%