Coffee And Its Health Benefits
As many of us have had to make some alterations to our lives over these past few months, one thing has remained stagnant: our genuine love for coffee.
Many are unaware that a simple cup of joe can pack quite a punch when it comes to health benefits. Here are three fascinating claims made about coffee:
1. Can aid with weight loss.
Studies show that 100 mg of caffeine can speed up your metabolism from 3-4%.
2. Contains some vital nutrients.
One cup of coffee has Vitamin B2, B3, B5, manganese, and potassium.
3. May lower your risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes.
One study’s results showed that individuals who consumed 4 or more cups of coffee a day were 30% less likely to develop Type 2 Diabetes compared to those who did not report daily consumption.
While it is important to note that none of these are proven to be 100% factual, they sure are remarkable to think about when sipping on your favorite cup of coffee from Java Bean Plus.
As always, you should consult your doctor before making any significant changes to your diet.
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