Archive for the Coffee and Health Category


How Coffee Affects the GI Tract

The fact is that there are quite a few gi effects of drinking coffee, both positive and negative. That being the case, we present a short summary of how coffee affects the GI tract.

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Should You Drink Low Acid Coffee?

What if coffee gives you heartburn or an upset stomach because of acid? Should you drink less coffee? Should you go with decaf? Should you drink low acid coffee? For that matter, what is low acid coffee?

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Can Coffee Be Dangerous?

While the benefits of coffee seem to increase as you move up to as many as six cups a day drinking more than that does not seem to help and is where many of the side effects lie. And some folks are simply more sensitive to the stimulant effects of caffeine. So, can coffee be dangerous?

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Update: Coffee and Diabetes

We have known for several years that coffee drinkers tend to have a lower risk of developing Type II diabetes. The protective effect of drinking coffee increases up to about five to six cups a day and it the same for caffeinated and non-caffeinated coffee.

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How Does Coffee Keep You Awake?

How does coffee keep you awake? And what do you do if you want to sleep and too much coffee is not letting you rest so that you need more and more coffee to stay awake during the day? It is the caffeine in coffee that does this.

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Does Coffee Prevent Covid?

Does coffee prevent Covid? According to a study published by researchers at Northwestern University coffee may help you avoid this bad disease.

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Drink Coffee and Live Longer

We drink coffee because we like it. Coffee helps us wake up in the morning and helps keep us awake and alert as the day presses on. It may come as a surprise to many people that coffee has a host of other benefits that result in a longer life as well. You can drink […]

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How Does Drinking Coffee Prevent Type II Diabetes?

The reason that habitual consumption of coffee reduces the incidence of type 2 diabetes is that phytochemicals in coffee improve and maintain insulin regulation.

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Coffee and Health

Coffee is good for you. Every year more and more health benefits of drinking coffee are discovered. But, this view of coffee, based on scientific research, has only recently emerged. Many of us can recall being told by the doctor to cut back on our coffee consumption for various reasons. Humans have been drinking coffee […]

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