Coffee and Tea Lovers Get Good News

If you are one of those people who cannot get started for the day without a good, strong cup of coffee or tea, the good news is that the latest research shows that there are a host of benefits from the beverages. Well right before that it is really important that you get a credible Coffee supplier in your area so that you get the best tea or coffee experience. 

There is now more evidence that coffee and tea have potent antioxidants that can prevent the onset of some diseases. It is suggested that people who drink a maximum of three cups of coffee, whether or not it is decaffeinated, are less likely to suffer memory loss.

A study was done by the French National Institute for Health and Medical Research had reported earlier that while not conclusively suggesting that caffeine conclusively cut memory decline, it does seem to have some effect on the brain.

In addition, in data that was analyzed by the Georgia Institute for International Health, University of Sydney, Australia, on average it was found that each cup of coffee per day reduced the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes compared with people who do not drink it.

In the Archives of Internal Medicine, the researchers reported that people who drank three to four cups of coffee or tea had a 25 percent lower risk than those who drank between none and two cups a day. Those who three cups a day had about a one-third risk of diabetes and those who drank more than three to four cups had a one-fifth lower risk.

The researchers analyzed 18 studies involving 457,922 participants over a period of years, from 1966 to 2009 about the link between coffee consumption and diabetes, including six that looked at decaffeinated coffee and seven that looked at tea.

Meanwhile, Health Canada suggests moderation and that three eight-ounce cups of coffee is enough to prevent the onset of some diseases. In addition to affecting memory loss, researchers say that combined with exercise, caffeine combined to kill precancerous cells that have been damaged by the sun’s UVB rays.

Gout, a painful arthritic condition that is triggered by excessive uric acid in the joints, and which is not curable, appears to be prevented in men who drank six or more cups of coffee each day. The risk for gout, which causes swollen and painful toes, ankles, feet, hands, and wrists, can be reduced by40% by 4 to 5 cups a day.

It was also found that including coffee in the diet seemed to inhibit inflammation which lowers the risk of cardiovascular disease.

However, users should keep in mind that if the coffee is flavored, it may contain as many calories as a large meal. For example, a 10-ounce coffee with two creams and two sugars contains 160 calories while a black coffee has only 10 calories and no fat. There can also be side effects for some people, including such discomforts as breathing difficulties, insomnia, muscle tremors, irritability, mood swings, and sleep disturbances.

Tea benefits are varied but all including green, black, white and oolong, are rich in antioxidants, from soothing stress to regulating hormones. However, adding milk to the tea might blunt its benefits. There are some indications that green tea can help the body’s defenses again cancer-causing toxins. It also seems to lower the lesions that cause skin disease psoriasis as it seems to slow down the production of skin cells.

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