March 1, 2016

The summary here, moderation.

  1. Coffee could increase the odds of premature death by 55% in young adults who drink 4+ cups daily, according to a 2013 study in Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
    Recipe courtesy of Precision Nutrition.
  2. However, a study conducted by AARP and the National Institute on Health in 2013 also suggest 4+ cups could decrease the likilihood of depression by 10%.
    Recipe courtesy of Los Angeles Times.
  3. In another study conducted by the Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee, 3-4 cups per day was found to decrease Type 2 diabetes by 25%.
    Recipe courtesy of Digital Spy.
  4. Coffee is packed with antioxidants such as flavonoids, caffeic acid, tannic acid, gamma tocopherol, and eugenol, among others, according to Fox News.
    Recipe courtesy of The Selby.
  5. Coffee can increase blood pressure and hear rate, due to the caffeine levels, causing the “jitters”.
    Recipe courtesy of Funpop!.
  6. Lower risk of Alzheimer’s by reportedly 60% and Parkinson’s by over 32%.
    Recipe courtesy of

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