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Protein Coffee improves heart health, stimulate mental alertness and cognitive ability

MILAN – Celebrities from Jennifer Aniston to Kylie Jenner, and fitness gurus from Jillian Michaels to Amanda Kloots swear by the latest “buzzworthy” trend...

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...

Three to four cups of coffee a day linked to longer life, says new research

Drinking coffee is “more likely to benefit health than to harm it” for a range of health outcomes, said researchers in The BMJ on...

Green coffee to take a lion’s share in the coffee market, says research

With the amount of innovation that goes into the food industry, it is only natural that coffee would see similar trends too. Artisan coffee,...

Study shows huge health benefits by cutting back sugar in sugary drinks

SYDNEY, Australia – More than 150,000 Australian deaths could be prevented if the energy content of sugary drinks was cut by around a third,...

Worried about consuming too much coffee? Switch to green coffee instead

Can’t start your day without a cup of coffee? But worried about the caffeine and calories intake? Well, let your worries take a back seat, as you enjoy a wonderful cup of green coffee. Long-standing health debate on drinking coffee is not unknown to anyone. But, amidst all these, comes in a new study on green coffee, raw ...

Coffee: The science behind the health claims. All you need to know

News proclaiming the health benefits of coffee is aplenty. The claims are bold: coffee can prevent anything from liver disease and cancer, to dementia and multiple sclerosis. On top of that, it is said to help us live longer. Despite this, there are also more cautious studies. These tend to report on the risks of consuming caffeine, especially in ...

Five cups of coffee a day could reduce chances of liver cancer by half

MILAN – Recent studies have repeatedly linked coffee with a number of health benefits and the latest analysis continues to highlight how drinking it in moderation can be a "wonderful natural medicine" for the body. Researchers from the University of Southampton and University of Edinburgh have found that people who drink more coffee are ...

Coffee may reduce risk for Parkinson’s disease

Coffee is one of the most consumed drinks in the world, with U.S. consumers spending an average of $40 billion on coffee per year....

New report finds that 3-5 cups of coffee per day may reduce CVD mortality risk by up to 21%

Moderate consumption of 3-5 cups of coffee per day could cut an individual’s cardiovascular disease (CVD) mortality risk by up to 21%, according to...

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