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Cancer & Acrylamide in Your Coffee

coffeeWhen coffee beans are roasted, acrylamide forms as a byproduct, it is in the cooking process. This byproduct is what scientists have determined could be cancerous in high doses. Again, coffee consumption is associated with a lower risk of several types of cancer, and not to mention the dose in coffee does not seem to trouble researches.

March 28, 2018, a California judge ruled  that Starbucks and other coffee shops will have to include warnings saying it contains a substance that could cause cancer.

It’s also one of the many chemicals in cigarette smoke, though in higher amounts than produced in coffee-making. The amount of acrylamide in coffee shows no evidence of danger.

At least one major review of studies found that the more coffee that people drink, the lower their risk of liver cirrhosis or liver cancer. And a review of more than 200 studies found that people who drank three or four cups of coffee a day were 19% less likely to die from cardiovascular disease. Heavy coffee drinkers have an 18% reduced risk of cancer overall, according to one large study, and some data indicates that coffee drinkers may be less likely to have oral or pharyngeal cancer or advanced prostate cancer.

Bottom line, be aware that this by-product is in your coffee, however the risks are lower than the benefits of coffee.

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Coffee Rules…

Coffee.... is it good or bad for you?

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Of course, this is an ongoing question for many coffee drinkers. A negative answer might not stop many from actually drinking it, so it’s a good thing I have positive news for you.

Coffee is actually healthy, of course as everything else, it has its ups and downs, and over consumption is unhealthy.

It’s good for me? Really?

Well, here goes nothing.

Science Confirms: The More Coffee You Drink, The Longer You Will Live

Here are some nutritional facts:

A typical 8oz (240 ml) cup of coffee contains:

  • Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin): 11% of the RDA.
  • Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid): 6% of the RDA.
  • Vitamin B1 (Thiamin): 2% of the RDA.
  • Vitamin B3 (Niacin): 2% of the RDA.
  • Folate: 1% of the RDA.
  • Manganese: 3% of the RDA.
  • Potassium: 3% of the RDA.
  • Magnesium: 2% of the RDA.
  • Phosphorus: 1% of the RDA.

Lets go in more deeply:

Positives

Extremely High in Antioxidants

Contains Some Essential Nutrients

Contains Caffeine, A Stimulant That Can Enhance Brain Function and Boost Metabolism

Help Protect Your Brain in Old Age, Leading to Reduced Risk of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s

Lowers Risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Lowers Risk of Liver Diseases

Lowers Risk of Depression and Suicide

Negatives

Can Cause Anxiety and Disrupt Sleep

Caffeine is Addictive and Can Lead to Withdrawal

Truth is, Coffee Drinkers simply Live Longer!

So, what more do you want?

Take a look for yourself…

https://umano.me/player?cid=54ffba4d8eb761d155060a99&type=large

http://eatlocalgrown.com/article/13339-coffee-health-liver.html?c=nsm

http://authoritynutrition.com/how-coffee-makes-you-live-longer/

A Coffee a Day Keeps the Doctor Away!

Coffee is addictive and a controversial topic to our health. Common knowledge about coffee is that it is bad for you, however fact of the matter is, Coffee is Beneficial to our Health.

As Dr. Donald Hensrud and Keri Glassman mention, coffee’s benefits outweigh the risks. Science behind caffeine is that is has great health benefits to certain diseases and offers many other benefits in consuming it. Many believe that coffee’s typical benefit is the stimulant factor but there is so much more to it than is unknown.

Watch this video and see how coffee decreases type2 diabetes, decreases Parkinson’s disease, provides fiber and antioxidants, and much more. There are obviously certain risks to coffee as there is in anything in life, but that’s life.

Take a few minutes; watch this video and read this article on coffee benefits. It may change your life forever. Enjoy!

http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/4346042/ns/today-today_health/t/water-good-coffee-bad-aint-necessarily-so/