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Hot brew coffee has higher levels of antioxidants than cold brew, says study

PHILADELPHIA, U.S. — In a new study, Jefferson (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) researchers found chemical differences between hot and cold brew coffee...

Coffee seed oil provide a source of antioxidants, Brazilian scientists show

Coffee is a large source of economic and cultural importance. Apart from being a well-characterized stimulant, coffee has many biological ingredients that play other...

Drinking coffee can considerably reduce the risk of early death, says study

In a new observational study conducted in the United States involving close to 20,000 individuals, people who consumed at least four cups of coffee...

New Turkish taste for coffee lovers: Olive coffee. It’s reach in antioxidants

A research and development company in Balıkesir's Edremit, Turkey that focused on olives and various herbal essences for the past 15 years has started...

Here’s why craving coffee isn’t a bad thing, according to science

Coffee: It’s one of the most commonly consumed beverages in the world. With the rise of a mainstream coffee culture (i.e., “But first, coffee”...

Three tricks to make your coffee super-healthy

First, you may have seen debate in the past about how coffee has some compounds in it that could have negative health effects such...

Drinking coffee prevents eye damage, as antioxidants keep your retinas healthy

A new study out of Cornell University found that coffee’s strong antioxidant, chlorogenic acid (CLA), is actually therapeutic for our eyes, protecting the retina...

Coffee ranks as the no.1 source of antioxidants in the U.S.

by JESSICA REVELES* More and more research suggests coffee contains benefits beyond the energy boost most people aim for when drinking the brewed beverage. One...

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-up incubator combines the...

Coffee may protect women against breast cancer, say Swedish researchers

Coffee may protect women against breast cancer, say Swedish researchers. The experts analysed two decades of data from more than 40,000 women who'd recorded...

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