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Is coffee good for health or mind?
Umm.. well by reading this question, I can either tell you are a coffee addict or just someone who wants to begin drinking coffee. Do tell me which category do you fall in?
Coming back to you question, coffee is something which most of us drink in different forms. Nowadays the famous Dalgona coffee is taking internet. However, in India we have many coffee forms and we like it in many ways like strong, lite, medium, cold and much more. Fancy coffee shops have taken things like storm. Be it for a business meeting, a get together to friends or even a date, we all stop by fancy coffee shops.
But, there is different perceptions of what people think about coffee. In true manner coffee is a major source of antioxidants in the Western diet. Most of the people drink coffee than tea in the foreign countries. Without any doubt, we can say that Coffee is an incredibly healthy beverage. Coffee has hundreds of bio-active compounds and these compounds contribute to its powerful health benefits. Some of the most important active ingredients in the coffee includes Caffeine, Chlorogenic acids (CGAs), Cafestol and kahweol and Trigonelline.
Coffee can not only be pretty amazing for your brain, but for your skin and body too. It’s not surprise in the fact that coffee’s primary active ingredient, caffeine, is one of the world’s most commonly used psychoactive drug. While fruits like blueberries and pomegranates are most often touted for their antioxidant content, it turns out a cup of morning coffee is brimming with antioxidants, which fight the damage caused by free radicals in your cells.
Here is how coffee can be good for you:
- It slows down the progress of Alzheimer’s disease: According to a study, it is found that when you take 3 cups of coffee. You are far less likely to have developed full-blown Alzheimer’s disease.
- Drink coffee and live longer: Men who drink 2 cups of coffee a day lives 10% longer than their coffee-free friends. Among women, the figure is even higher. According to the research the coffee drinkers lived an average of 13% longer than their uncaffeinated peers.
- Source of neuroprotective antioxidants: While things like blueberries and pomegranates are most often touted for their antioxidant content, research has found that it is the number one source of antioxidants in most people’s diets, by a large margin.
So, I believe I am able to answer your question. If you still have doubts, you can ask. But, coffee! Its a cup of awesomeness in the morning.