coffee

Is Decaffeinated Coffee Bad for You?
Decaffeinated coffee has a bad rap, and it isn’t surprising because decaf coffee is often found to be lacking in flavor. But some situations call for decaf and leave no other options for those who really enjoy the taste of regular coffee. It isn’... Read More
High Coffee Consumption Doesn’t Increase Risk of Atrial Fibrillation: Study
According to new research published in the journal BMC Medicine, high coffee consumption does not increase the risk of atrial fibrillation—the most common form of irregular heartbeat. Atrial fibrillation, or arrhythmia, can cause an increased risk ... Read More
When NOT to Drink Coffee
Have you ever been to a dinner party before and ate a little too much? Usually, filling my stomach to the brim with good food is easy, but I feel a little sluggish afterward. But to keep the good times moving, the host will usually offer a post-dinne... Read More
Coffee Consumption May Increase Survival in Colon Cancer Patients: Study
Regular coffee consumption has been shown to improve insulin sensitivity and decrease the risk of type 2 diabetes. And now, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, regular coffee consumption may also hel... Read More
Coffee and Laughing: 2 of My 4 Secrets to Longevity (Get the Others Here!)
Do you want to know the secrets to living a long, healthy life? Stay with me and I’ll tell you more. Forget the Fountain of Youth; Find Real Ways to Increase Longevity Instead Longevity is something that most people desire. In fact, I’d bet that ... Read More
Do Benefits of Coffee Include Type 2 Diabetes Prevention?
Is drinking coffee good or bad for your health? If you’re unsure, you’re not alone. When it comes to making healthy dietary decisions, coffee drinkers are generally left confused. Conflicting studies come out frequently—some report that drinkin... Read More
Energizing Substitutions for Your Morning Coffee
I admit it: there used to be a time that I needed a cup of coffee in the morning. I don’t often drink it now and find that I can start my day just as well without my caffeine fix. But as some studies show, this isn’t the case for half of American... Read More
Diabetic? It May Be Time to Cut Caffeine
I have a confession to make. There is one popular “health drink” that I haven’t consumed in a long time. It gives people that temporary energy boost, and there are numerous studies promoting its benefits; however, coffee and caffeine are no fri... Read More
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