Caffeine is the most used psychoactive ingredient in the world. And with a good reason – be ours, help to fulfill our obligations and fill us with energy.
People, however, often worry whether to restrict the intake of caffeine or to completely dislodge it from use.
While too much caffeine can cause insomnia, restlessness and accelerated heart function, in most cases, coffee is actually beneficial to health.
There are many foods and beverages that people should consume less. A specially crafted Science Alert writes why coffee should not be on that list. Em>
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Nine scientific studies have shown that caffeine reduces the risk of cirrhosis of the liver. One cup of coffee daily reduces this risk by 22 percent, two by 43 percent, three by 57 percent and four by as much as 65 percent. Em>
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Great research has shown that each additional cup of coffee per day is associated with seven percent lower risk of developing Type 2 diabetes em>.
A scientific study published in the European Cancer Prevention Journal showed that passionate coffee lovers (those with at least three suits a day) have 18 percent lower risk of developing liver cancer, endometrioma, oral cavity, esophagus and prostate. Em>
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The meta-analysis of coffee coffee influence studies has shown that coffee lovers have about 16 percent lower risk of suffering from Alchajmer or dementia. em>
Large research on 50,000 women has shown that one cup of coffee reduces the risk of developing depression by 15 percent and two to three percent daily by 20 percent. em>
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