Regrettably, one of many health and coffee issues are health risks to people in some countries and how it affects their ability to drink coffee safely. Doctors and health care officials have been taught that coffee is an unhealthy beverage to drink. These teachings have been based on 40+ year old research methods which have been shown by current research to be incorrect. But, since doctors are not current on these new facts, they convey inaccurate picture of coffee as being unhealthy to coffee drinkers and health organizations.
In fact, current studies have proven that coffee drinking in moderation can be good for your health.
In part coffee is more than caffeine and yellow teeth. With chemical make up of coffee, studies have shown new and very and beneficial properties for coffee and health issues. One of discoveries is effect in chemical make up of dissolvement of Chlorogenic Acid, a property in chemical make up of coffee. It has been found that Chlorogenic Acid is a strong antioxidant which helps in reduction of oxidative tissue stress and some anti-inflammatory issues.
It has also been found that coffee drinking can help prevent possible drug addictions and may act as an anti-depressant. An interesting issue of coffee and health is how consumption affects brain functions. Coffee may coincide with anti-drug addiction properties.
Coffee has chem-protective properties that can provide defense against Hepatitis C, Gallstones, Alzheimers Diesease and Parkinson's Disease. It has also been shown to halt development of Type 2 Diabetes in later years of adulthood with a modest amount of coffee consumption on a daily basis. When a person is having an asthma attack and they do not have an inhailer available, next best thing would be drinking a cup of coffee.
Side Effects of Coffee Drinking from Caffeine Content
- Helps Develope Creative Thoughts
- Better Decision Making
- Short and Long Term Memory Improvement
- Increase Endurance during Physical Activities
- Halt risk of Type 2 Diabetes in later years of Adulthood
In research of around 126,000 men and women, it was discovered that if people consumed more pure coffee it would reduce chances of people developing Blood Sugar Disease compared to people who didn't or don't drink as much coffee.
In a study of men and consumption of coffee, men who drank up to 5 cups a day lowered their chances contracting type 2 diabetes. The benefits for women were somewhat less, but still beneficial.
Previous health and coffee studies showed average american coffee drinker drank about three cups a day. Research done by Harvard University combined all previous studies to come up with a new average, namely 1 to 2 cups of coffee a day.
Even though in these health and coffee studies of type 2 Diabetes chances were decrease with coffee consumption, researcher's don't recommend increasing your consumption of coffee to try to decrease or prevent chances of developing diabetes.
More recent research has shown that coffee consumption leads to healthier blood sugar levels. A study of Swedish women showed that drinking at least 2 cups of coffee daily were less at risk for diabetes than women who drank none or less than 2 cups daily. However, researchers have been unable to determine which chemical compound of hundreds found in coffee actually helped to reduce risk of diabetes. Coffee consumption reduced risk for diabetes despite other factors involved such as smoking, drinking and otherwise unhealthy lifestyles.