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I don`t know about you guys, but I drink a lot of coffee pretty much every single day. Do you guys drink coffee regularly? If so, it might be beneficial to your health!
While the verdict is still not completely out yet, it has become fairly accepted in the medical community that the health benefits of consuming coffee outweigh the risks. In addition, most of the risks associated with coffee are from its caffeine content and the effects of that due to heavy consumption.
In any event, here is a list of some of more commonly accepted benefits associated with those that drink coffee regularly:
1) Less risk of Alzheimer`s, Parkinson`s disease and dementia
Several studies have concluded that those drinking 35 cups per day are significantly less likely to develop dementia and Alzheimer`s disease later in life.
2) Less risk of gallstone disease
Lowered risk was found in both men and women, but only in those that drank caffeinated coffee, not decaffeinated
3) Enhanced cognitive performance
Coffee drinkers, specifically those over the age of 60, performed better on a series of reaction, memory and reasoning tests than those that did not drink coffee throughout their lifetime.
Coffee intake can possibly reduce a person`s risk of Type 2 Diabetes by up to 50%.
Coffee consumption is also related to a reduced risk of oral, esophageal, endometrial, liver, prostate and pharyngeal cancer. There was also a modest reduction in breast cancer in postmenopausal women.
Coffee consumption is associated with a reduced risk of dying from cardiovascular disease.
The risk for developing gout in men over 40 was inversely proportional with the amount of coffee consumed.
While there is still much more to be learned about coffee, it definitely has a wide range of significant benefits that cannot be denied. If you are not already drinking it regularly, you definitely may want to consider it!