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Sixty-seven percent of Europeans can’t imagine life without coffee

LONDON, UK - Despite a cultural love of coffee, over a third (39%) of Europeans are uncertain about the potential health b...

IFIC Foundation applauds “Total-Diet” approach of 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans

The International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation today applauded the food-based, total-diet approach of the 20...

Drinking up to 5 cups of coffee (12 cups of espresso) is good for your health, new Dietary Guidelines say

MILAN - In the first update in five years, the U.S. Federal Government on Thursday concluded that drinking up to five cups...

UNH chemist brings heart-healthy coffee to market

* By Paul Briand PORTSMOUTH, U.S. – A new coffee created by a local organic chemist and marketed by a Portsmouth start-...

Five benefits of coffee for athletes

American Football International reprised an article by Sam DeHority published on stack.com, which enumerates the benefits ...

EU Agriculture Committee promotes healthy eating

New measures to strengthen and boost funding for an EU scheme to provide fruit, vegetables and milk products in schools we...

Morning coffee is good children, says academic

LONDON, UK - A leading academic who has studied the medical effects of coffee believes an early morning caffeine hit could...

Coffee may improve athletic endurance performance, UGA review finds

ATHENS, Ga., U.S. - The caffeine in a morning cup of coffee could help improve athletic endurance, according to a new Univ...

A coffee to keep New Year fitness resolutions

CANTERBURY, Kent, UK - For anyone struggling to keep the New Year Resolution to 'Do More Exercise' science shows a solutio...

All the reasons why you shouldn’t give up coffee

MILAN - “One of the first things that people give up when they go on a health kick is coffee, and that's a crazy thing to ...