Research shows that coffee is one of the most widely-drinked beverage. People, including me, continue to wonder if a cup of coffee a day at least is healthy. Scientific studies claim that coffee, when drunk in moderation (four to five regular size cups a day) is safe for healthy adults and can even have beneficial health implications as part of a healthy diet and physically active lifestyle.
Many people have said that our lifestyle today literally runs on coffee. I myself believe in the flavor and aroma of my brewed coffee. People get addicted to the wonderful taste of coffee and I think they like the energy from caffeine that coffee provides, though it may cause us to feel extreme ups and downs in our nervous system. But, did you know that organic, high-quality coffee has been shown to provide some health benefits?
Coffee is an anti-oxidant which helps reduce oxidation and cell-damage, so then it makes you young! Caffeine is a stimulant. Drinking coffee has been shown to increase alertness of the mind in the short term. Some have even suggested that by drinking coffee, we can better cognitive function. Some studies show that habitual coffee drinking may protect us against developing Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease later in life. So, what’s wrong with my coffee?
Is coffee good or bad? I think nobody really knows the real edge and it’s all up to us to handle our coffee habit well that could make drinking coffee worthwhile. I think getting the best form of coffee is the best shot. Much more if you grind your own coffee beans and brew your own cuppa. Take a look at our range of coffee makers and pick your choice.