Why does coffee taste so bad?
Coffee prices are at their lowest level in
decades. So why does so much of the coffee you buy taste so bad?
Coffee reduces risk of colon cancer by 26%
Coffee has been proposed as a protective agent against colorectal cancer because several of its components affect the physiology of the colon.
Coffee could fight colon cancer
Coffee contains similar levels of antioxidants
to black tea and can be just as beneficial to health, according
to Scottish scientists that have found coffee's antioxidants
are highly absorbable by the human body.
Coffee could prevent diabetes 2
Men and women who drank more coffee and other
caffeinated beverages were less likely to develop type 2 diabetes
than those who drank few or no caffeinated beverages, report
researchers in a new study.
Coffe lowers risk of liver disease
Drinking three cups of coffee daily may reduce
the risk of mortality from liver cirrhosis, suggest researchers
Coffee not dangerous for unborn babies
New research backs previous studies that show
that pregnant women can drink a moderate amount of coffee without
harming their babies.
Coffee reduces danger of gallstones
Women who are keen coffee drinkers may be
lowering their risk of developing gallstones, report researchers
in the recent issue of Gastroenterology.