The great thing about coffee is that if you get sick of one kind, there are hundreds of others that all have different tastes.Plus, it makes it easy to become a connoisseur of sorts.
If you don’t know what gout is, hopefully you never have to find out: the type of arthritis comes about when there’s excess uric acid in the bloodstream, but a 2007 study published in Arthritis and Rheumatology found long-term coffee consumption could help decrease your risk because of its ability to decrease the levels.
In a 2017 study published by the Annals of Internal Medicine of more than 521,000 people and 10 countries, researchers found those who drink coffee had a decreased risk of dying from digestive diseases, which means everything from Crohn’s to celiac.
Do you tend to eat less breakfast when you’re drinking coffee with it? By mixing up some coffee grounds and coconut oil and scrubbing any dry areas on your body, you’ll get rid any embarrassing flaky skin that not even your favorite moisturizer has been able to tackle thanks to the gritty texture. While there are plenty of healthy drinks on the market—from matcha to golden milk—coffee might just be the most delicious.
That could be because caffeine might suppress your appetite—not for long, but enough to make you feel less hungry for a while, says the Mayo Clinic. found drinking a high consumption—we’re talking more than four a day—can help reduce your risk of multiple sclerosis, a disease that causes the immune system to attack the protective covering of the nerves in the brain, spine, and eyes. Especially when you get it in different flavors, whether that’s French vanilla or something seasonal like pumpkin spice.
found drinking coffee regularly significantly reduced the oxidative damage in the body’s white blood cells, which can hurt your DNA. Unfortunately, there’s no cure for Alzheimer’s, the disorder that slowly causes memory loss and mental decline.