It’s early in the morning and the first we do – obviously – is waking up from our beds. We brush our teeth, take a shower and get dress. Yes, those are the usual routines that we always do in the mornings but, there’s one important routine that we tend to slip our mind. Drinking a cup of coffee. Coffee is consider the best option morning drink as it contain caffeine for energy and although to some is not their cup of tea, it’s actually health beneficial.
Coffee is widely popular around the world and because of its many consumers as well as trading, the economy market itself is quite profitable. However, there those that doesn’t like the taste of coffee. It is understandable due to its bitter taste but, coffee can actually help our health in many various points.
According to research, the steam rising from the coffee contains antioxidants that’s equivalent to three oranges. The antioxidants helps to counter inflammation, an underlying cause of many chronic conditions, including arthritis, atherosclerosis and many types of cancer.
It appears that coffee can help to boost from short-term memory lost. How? It is through study that coffee fires a neural transmitter that stimulates the brain activity. Basically, making our brain to constantly work which leads us to have better cognitive and memory skills.
There was a research conducted by a landmark Dutch stating that moderate coffee drinkers (who consumed between two to four cups daily) had a 20% lower risk of heart disease as compared to heavy or light coffee drinkers, and nondrinkers. How? It is believe that coffee is able to support from arterial damages that’s cause by inflammation.
A study in the Archives Internal of Medicine reveals that drinking coffee can help to lower the risk of liver cancer. Elevated levels of liver enzymes typically reflect inflammation and damage to the liver. The more coffee subjects drank, the lower their levels of enzymes.
It’s True! According to Chinese researchers, coffee contains a chemical called dopamine which allows our brain to be highly “motivated”. Basically, the dopamine will bind with a certain receptor in our brain that transmit a neural “motivation” message in our brain.
With these analytical points, we guess that coffee is indeed good for us. Though it is bitter taste, by just a having a cup of coffee, it can already help us battle our internal problems. So, care for a cup of coffee?