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Benefits of coffee:Is coffee good for you?

Coffee and it's benefits


According to times now,"Coffee is among the most popular beverages in the world. A lot of people drink coffee to wake them up, give them an energy boost, or just because they like the flavour and the stimulating effect of caffeine. Perhaps, many people have the habit of starting their day with a cup of coffee. But it seems sipping a cup of java in the morning can bring some real benefits to one’s health and beauty. In fact, research has shown that drinking coffee can help lower the risk of several diseases such as heart failure, type 2 diabetes, and liver cancer. Caffeine can also increase fat burning and boost your metabolic rate, which can aid weight loss."
Benefits of coffee
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Coffee contains several important nutrients such as riboflavin (vitamin B-2), niacin (vitamin B-3), pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), magnesium, potassium, and many antioxidants that can be beneficial for the human body in different ways.

Nutrition Facts of coffee:


The following nutrition information is provided by the USDA for 1 cup (270g) of black coffee with no cream or sugar added.

✓Calories: 1
✓Fat: 0g
✓Sodium: 6mg
✓Carbohydrates: 0g
✓Fiber: 0g
✓Sugars: 0g
✓Protein: 0.3g

According to Verywellfit

Cappuccino Nutritional Value

12-ounce serving: 10 grams carbs, 80 to 120 calories depending on milk (more for half-and-half)
16-ounce serving: 15 grams carbs, 100 to 180 calories
20-ounce serving: 17 grams carbs, 130 to 210 calories
Latte Nutritional Value

12-ounce serving: 16 grams carbs, 120 to 200 calories
16-ounce serving: 21 grams carbs, 160 to 260 calories
20-ounce serving: 27 grams carbs, 210 to 340 calories
Mocha Nutritional Value

12-ounce serving: 28 to 37 grams carbs, 170 to 358 calories
16-ounce serving: 33 to 42 grams carbs, 210 to 433 calories
20-ounce serving: 43 to 56 grams carbs, 260 to 490 calories

Health benefits of coffee


1.Protection Against Cancer


Research conducted at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center that found that drinking four or more cups of coffee per day reduced a man's risk of prostate cancer recurrence by 59 percent. One explanation for this finding is that coffee is loaded with antioxidants. "The richest source of polyphenols in Western diets by far is coffee," says Asprey. And previous research has shown that polyphenols can reduce the risk of the onset of prostate cancer.

It's not just cancer of the prostate, either. A meta-analysis performed by Chinese researchers found that higher coffee consumption could reduce the risk of liver cancer by 50 percent, and another study by Canadian researchers found that high coffee intake was associated with reduced risk of breast cancer.

2.Improve Your Physical Performance:


Caffeine doesn't only increase your energy levels or help you burn fat. It also increases the adrenaline levels in your body. Not surprisingly, some people will tell you to drink a cup of coffee before you go to the gym. 

3.Heart Health Protection


Caffeine is hinted to hold tight caution when it comes to heart health, as it may induce heart palpitations, especially in individuals targeted with other factors or a diagnosed heart disease. However, research has shown coffee can actually lower the risk of stroke, particularly in older women and men. Its antioxidant properties can further protect against blood vessel damage and foster healthy cholesterol levels.

4.Coffee help for kidney problems


If you suffer from kidney stones, it might be worth adding coffee to your diet. A Harvard study revealed that people who drink one or more cups of coffee per day are 26 per cent less likely to develop kidney stones. That’s because caffeine increases urination, which expels the excess calcium and sodium that researchers believe cause kidney stones.

5.Reduces diabetes risk


Drinking coffee with sugar increases your diabetes risk, especially type 2 diabetes. Some studies have found that people who drink black coffee without sugar have a 23 to 50 per cent lower risk of getting this disease. Diabetic people should also avoid sugar-laden coffee as they cannot secrete enough insulin, and drinking coffee with sugar causes the sugar to accumulate in the blood.