Drinking Coffee Can Deter Three Dangerous Diseases - Many of us will find it a bit difficult to start our day without a steaming cup of hot coffee, right? Whether it's working professionals, students, or homemakers, coffee has become a morning habit to help start their day.
In fact, many people who used to consume coffee more than once a day, so it has become an important part of our lifestyle. Now, there has been a debate since centuries ago about whether coffee is healthy or not.
A number of studies and medical reports have been published on this subject and they have various opinions on coffee consumption. While some studies say that drinking coffee in minimal amounts regularly can have health benefits, some other studies suggest otherwise. So, as laypeople read this study, we can be somewhat confused by the impact of coffee on our health.
Now, the key to avoiding health complications by consuming coffee is to drink it in limited quantities. Eating one or two small cups of coffee a day can actually have some health benefits. However, drinking lots of coffee, many times a day can be dangerous for health.
Now, we know that as we get older, most public health tends to get worse and we may have age-related diseases. The immune system weakens, our bones, tissues and nerves also become weaker, making us susceptible to certain diseases such as, arthritis, dementia, Alzheimer's, diabetes, and others.
Along with following a healthy lifestyle from a young age, coffee can also help prevent age-related diseases, based on research studies. Here are three such diseases as quoted from the Boldsky, Friday (22/09/2017)