10 Health benefits of black coffee

  • Coffee boosts your physical performance Have a cup of black coffee about an hour before workout and your performance can improve by 11-12%. Caffeine increases adrenaline levels in your blood. Adrenaline is your body’s “fight or flight” hormone which helps you to prepare for physical exertion.


  • Coffee may help you lose weight Coffee contains magnesium and potassium, which helps the human body use insulin, regulating blood sugar levels and reducing your craving for sugary treats and snacks. 


  • Coffee helps you burn fatCaffeine helps fat cells break down body fat and use it as fuel for training.

  • Coffee helps you focus and stay alertModerate caffeine intake, 1-6 cups a day, helps you focus and improves your mental alertness.

  • Coffee lowers risk of death Studies have shown that coffee drinker’s overall risk of premature death is 25% lower than of those who don’t drink coffee.

  • Coffee reduces risk of cancers One study has shown that coffee may decrease the risk of developing prostate cancer in men by 20 %, and endometrial cancer in women by 25 %. People in the test group drank four cups of coffee a day. Caffeine may also prevent developing of basal cell carcinoma, the most common type of skin cancer

  • Coffee reduces risk of stroke Reasonable consumption of coffee (2–4 cups a day) is associated with lower risk of stroke.

  • Coffee protects your bodyCoffee contains a lot of antioxidants, that work as little warriors fighting and protecting against free radicals within your body.

  • Coffee may lower risk of Type II diabeteCaffeine decreases your insulin sensitivity and impairs glucose tolerance, therefore reduces your risk of type 2 diabetes.

  • Coffee protects your brain High caffeine levels in your blood reduce the risk of Alzheimer disease. It also lowers risk of dementia







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