Wednesday, April 20, 2011

The Benefits of Coffee

Coffee has gotten a bad rap in recent years, and with good reason. That Americans are drinking coffee, bulk additives, sugar and other unnatural ingredients which are harmful to our health with the full. The post for a "coffee" drinks that have become popular mainstay of the morning routine, but the pure form of a dark liquid made us take the advantages of offering redemptive consumption is on the way nature meant tout!

On that note, keep in mind as I post about the talk of coffee, I'm talking about black coffee, and you as sweeteners, cream, whip, or some other delight, More coffee is grown by them to add the address and popularity is low nutritional value. It's well tested benefits of coffee:

· For coffee has been shown to prevent diabetes - Harvard School of Public Health, reviewed nine studies with 193 000 participants are coffee and type 2 diabetes with Dr. Frank Hu, professor, and 28% disease the risk was less than 4 after drinking cups of coffee a day -6.

· Coffee magnesium and chromium, which help the body use the hormone insulin, blood sugar result is more regulated.

Drinking 1-3 cups of coffee · Daily both men and women risk of heart rhythm disturbances, as well as reduces the risk of stroke for women.

Many studies find a consistent - · lower risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease (especially in men) to the links. Risk substantially by drinking 3-5 cups daily was launched - a twenty-year study of 65%.

Only 7 calories per 6 ounces of coffee, and it is believed that the same benefits as full force is decaffeinated. In fact the main downside of caffeine coffee because it can be harmful in large quantities. It is still up for debate, however, as new studies are the benefits outweigh the disadvantages.

Abstinence and coffee to "cleanse" the best bet when the morning enjoying a cup of sugar-free creamer, or heavy whipping cream (at least one gram of sugar) and use a natural sweetener, Truvia is like to taste your cup! popular coffee house on the other hand, serve drinks, calories, sugar and a lot of fluff, they are also expensive to treat, and I sometimes indulge in a sugar-free coffee though! loaded with are., I make the most of. coffee drinks at my place here is a simple iced coffee recipe:


* Ice
* Cold brewed coffee (strong - remember, it's thin because of the milk and ice will get)
* Sweetener (I use Truvia)
Milk (I use my trusty unsweetened soy milk)


Fill a tall glass with ice. Pour into chilled brewed coffee to the desired power (light power for the glass 1 / 3 - About half the strong). Sweet as desired. Top with milk.

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