Archive for the ‘Coffee Drinking’ Category

New Study Finds the Best Time of Day to Drink Coffee

Wednesday, April 4th, 2018

Coffee drinkers already have several health benefits to potentially be gained from their favorite beverage. However, new research suggests it might all be for nothing if they’re not drinking coffee at the right time of day. Our brains contain a special region known as the suprachiasmatic nucleus which controls the stress hormone cortisol. Similar to […]

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Can Coffee Help You Take A Nap?

Sunday, April 1st, 2018

Can coffee actually help you take a better nap? This may sound completely counter-intuitive, but there is some research that this may actually be the case. It seems that coffee contains certain substances that may help you get a better nap if drunk right before your nap. We all know that coffee has caffeine. This […]

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Coffee Really Is Good for You!

Thursday, March 8th, 2018

Dear coffee lover, you have no need to feel guilty over your affection for java. Indeed, you are doing yourself a favor on many levels as you indulge in your favorite beverage. Extensive research proposes that a daily moderate intake of coffee yields a mega cup of benefits to your health. Increased Longevity Drinking up […]

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Keurig Coffee and Dr Pepper Snapple Set to Combine

Monday, February 19th, 2018

On Monday this week, Dr Pepper Snapple group made a major merger deal with Keurig coffee. The two popular caffeinated beverage companies are making a combined company that will be worth $11 billion. The deal will put the Dr Pepper Snapple beverage company -which includes 7-Up, Snapple, Dr Pepper, A&W, and Sunkist- into the same […]

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Drinking Coffee Could Protect Colon Cancer Patients

Friday, February 16th, 2018

Charles Fuchs, the lead researcher for a coffee-related study at the Gastrointestinal Cancer Center at Dana-Frber, recently stated that individuals who drank coffee had a significantly lower risk of recurring cancer and a higher survival rate. For this study, the research team worked with about 1,000 patients who all had a Stage 3 colon cancer […]

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The End of the Pour-Over Coffee Ritual

Thursday, January 25th, 2018

In a world of constant automation it seems like the simple act of brewing and enjoying a warm cup of coffee is the latest to bite the dust. As the American taste for craft coffee has entered the mainstream consciousness, the push for more efficient brewing methods has overtaken the slower pour-over ritual. As more […]

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Coffee Could Lessen Cancer Risk in Women

Thursday, December 28th, 2017

A recent study reveals that women who drink at least four cups of coffee a day could reduce their risk of endometrial cancer. Regular coffee consumption lowers the chances of endometrial cancer by 22 percent. Although drinking four cups of coffee was most closely associated with lowered cancer risk, women who drank two or three […]

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Coffee Can Improve Women’s Health

Monday, December 25th, 2017

If you’re a woman who enjoys her daily cup of coffee, you could be experiencing more benefits that just a burst of energy. A study suggests that drinking coffee regularly is associated with the reduced risk of endometrial cancer. Researchers discovered that women who drank four or more cups of coffee each day lowered their […]

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Coffee Could Help Prolong Your Life

Sunday, December 24th, 2017

If you love having a piping hot cup of joe in the morning, you could be doing your body more good than you realize. A decade-long study by Reuters Health indicates that individuals who drank coffee on a regular basis were less likely to die from several causes, including diabetes and heart disease, than people […]

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Two Recent Studies Confirm that Coffee Could Lead to a Longer Life

Tuesday, December 19th, 2017

Recently, the rumors that coffee drinking contributes to longer life were confirmed by two scientific studies carried on the “Annals of Internal Medicine.” The two studies one done in the U.S and the other carried out in Europe were concluded on the same note: coffee drinkers tend to live longer than non-coffee drinkers. The American […]

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