5 reasons why coffee is good for you

We often get asked the question, is coffee good for you? What’s so good about coffee?

To test this theory, we have dug into the depths of scientific research to discover a few key points on why and how your daily dose of energy fuels your mind & body.

1. Incremental Energy Levels

As Tony Robbins says, your energy levels define your influencing capability. If you’ve got that spring in your step, people are generally more enticed by the way you communicate but also in the way you deliver your story. After a dose of the most commonly consumed psychoactive substance in the world – caffeine, it is absorbed into your blood stream and navigates its way to your brain.

Once activated, studies have shown your memory, reaction times, vigilance & mood have geometric increases that improve various tendencies of bran function.

2. Fat Burner

Who doesn’t want to lose weight, right? According to the “National Institute of Health This little sprinkle of magic boosts your metabolism between 3-11% and can increase fat burning between 10-28% depending on your body type!

3. Health Promoting Antioxidants

A standard serving of coffee contains more antioxidants than standard servings of blueberries, raspberries & oranges! These antioxidants reduce inflammation & also reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.

4. Fights Depression & Makes You Happier

Depression is a serious mental disorder that heavily impacts the quality of peoples lives. In a study from Harvard published in 2011, women who consumed 4 cups of coffee per day had a 20% lower risk in becoming depressed. In another study, those who drank a similar amount, were 53% less likely to die of suicide.

5. Lowers the risk of certain types of cancer

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the world, caused by a growing uncontrolled cell in the body.

Coffee appears to be protective of 2 types of cancer; liver and colorectal. Liver is the third leading cause of death in the world with scientific researching stating that coffee consumers have up to a 40% lower risk than non-coffee drinkers!