Health Benefits of Coffee for Women

Modern Times Apr 5, 2019
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Coffee is not only a great source of caffeine for keeping you energized, but it also has a myriad of healthy benefits for women. Here are 7 health benefits of coffee for women.
An “active ingredient” is a substance with medicinal effect, that’s of animal, vegetable or synthetic origin. The active ingredient in coffee is caffeine, which has numerous health benefits. Here are just a few perks of caffeine, and what we know about them.
Diseases like Alzheimer  and Parkinson produce a cluster of abnormal proteins that reduce brain function and contribute to the death of nerve cells. In addition to a healthy lifestyle, the consumption of coffee seems to help prevent the onset of these neurological disorders.
According to some studies, coffee drinkers have a 65 percent lower chance of suffering from Alzheimer. There appears to be a link between drinking coffee and a lower risk for Parkinson’s too.

Since decaffeinated coffee drinkers do not show the same results, it seems like caffeine is responsible for the lower rate.
“Free radicals” are molecules that the body produces when food is broken down, or when the body is exposed to radiation or harmful chemicals.

Antioxidants protect the body’s cells from these negative effects. So, diets rich in antioxidants are naturally good for your health, and caffeine is full of antioxidants.
Aging is also a nefarious result of oxidation by free radicals. Antioxidants are a perfect tool to counteract the oxidation process, which can slow down the natural aging process as well.
Since coffee is a great source of antioxidants, recent studies suggested that consuming caffeine helps boost athletic performance, reduces the risk of type II diabetes, reduces the risk of colon and liver cancer, and may even reduce cavities.
According to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, coffee ranks sixth in the top 50 foods that contain antioxidants. So, it could be beneficial to join a coffee club and enjoy the health benefits of the perfect jolt of coffee.
As per the medical professionals, you can have 2-5 cups of coffee in a day without sugar to gain most of its health benefits.

However, keep in mind that when our body absorbs too much caffeine, the neurological effects are enhanced and cause an elevation of blood pressure, increased heart rate, and insomnia. So, drink responsibly.
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