Coffee Boost overall health; American research indicates that moderate coffee consumption (typically 3 – 5 cups per day), fits well with a healthy balanced diet and an active lifestyle.
Studies shows that coffee and caffeine can delay the onset of Alzheimer’s disease, even in seniors who already have some form of mild dementia.
Several studies show an inverse association between moderate coffee consumption and liver cancer. Suggesting that an increased consumption of coffee may reduce the risk of liver cancer.
The scientific evidence indicates that moderate coffee consumption is statistically significantly associated with a reduced risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Researchers in the U.S. have carried out a study that assessed the link between coffee consumption and Parkinson’s disease risk. The authors of the study concluded that “high consumption of coffee and caffeine intake is associated with a significantly lower incidence of Parkinson’s disease.
There is convincing evidence that that moderate caffeine intake helps to improve alertness and attention (concentration). The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) concluded that a cause and effect relationship can be established between a 75mg serving of caffeine (the amount found in approximately one cup of coffee) and both increased attention and alertness.