When combined with anti-cancer drug tamoxifen, coffee could lower the risk of breast cancer recurrence by 50 percent. Researchers from Lund University in Sweden also believe coffee is able to maximize the effects of the cancer drug. (more…)
Good news for coffee lovers! Although many people believe that drinking coffee can be bad for your health, starting from insomnia, frequent urination, stomach disease, and others. However, a recent study found that drinking coffee can make you live longer. (more…)
Madelyn H. Fernstrom, PhD, CNS, a nutritionist, said that, in addition to helping mental focus, coffee can increase alertness of the drinker. This is related to the stimulant effect of coffee on the nervous system in response to danger. This effect works 30 minutes after you enjoy a coffee. (more…)
This may be good news for coffee lovers. It is known that the intake of coffee with caffeine content is often associated with negative effects on health. Such as coronary heart disease or the trigger of high cholesterol. Some people are even very willing to overcome coffee addiction.
However, new research suggests that drinking coffee can make life long. This was reported in the Huffington Post.
A study conducted by the National Cancer Institute, analyzed the relationship between coffee consumption and mortality, it showed that men who drank at least 6 glasses of coffee per day can reduce the risk of death by 12 percent. (more…)Recent search: teens drinking coffee
A cup of coffee at the beginning of a busy day or when you’re relaxing in the afternoon could give an injection of enthusiasm for the people. Behind the sensation, this drink has many benefits like reducing cancer risks for example. Besides that, coffee turns out to also able to affect female hormones. (more…)