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Monday, July 28, 2008

Cofee Addict!

While I was surfing the Net, I found a very interesting issue that might catch the ears of the readers...and coffee lover like!

Here are some breaking news why people still drink coffee and would definitely crave for this item.

Everybody knows that coffee helps us stay alert and overcome drowsiness. But coffee is more than just giving you a boost, it also has more complex and beneficial effects on health, and this is what this section is all about.

Coffee and your Body

How coffee helps you to improve performance
How coffee helps your endurance
How coffee helps reduces the sensation of tiredness


Coffee and your Mind
How coffee and caffeine have the ability to enhance our short term memory and mental performance
How coffee helps to improve alertness, attention and your learning abilities
How coffee helps your energy


Health and Coffee
How antioxidants, present in coffee, help protect against free radicals that are implicated in cancer, heart disease and ageing
How coffee consumption decreases the risk of diseases such as Parkinson's
How coffee plays a positive role in liver function

In addition:

Coffee & Health

Caffeine may help reduce the risk of developing ovarian cancer
Women may lower their risk of developing epithelial ovarian cancer by 20% by consuming the caffeine equivalent of about three cups of coffee a day, showed the results of an American-Australian study, published in March 2008 in American Cancer. More Info

Coffee may slow memory declines in women
The psycho stimulant properties of caffeine appear to reduce cognitive decline in women without dementia, especially at higher ages, showed the results of a French study (the Three City Study) published in August 2007 in Neurology journal. More Info

Coffee may prevent abnormal blinking, eyelid tic or twitch
Coffee can protect people from developing late-onset blepharospasm (BSP), a condition in which an eyelid twitches uncontrollably, showed the results of an Italian study led by Prof. Giovanni Defazio from Department of Neurological and Psychiatric Sciences in University of Bari, published in August 2007 in Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry. More info


So, I hope this will be a bridge between you guys and to the only cup in hand you know it's worth a while, a cup in hand you know will stay for a while.

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