FLASH: Coffee is healthy, and it can keep us awake
Forget energy drinks, this caffeinated beverage has been the preferred drink for many people worldwide for hundreds of years. In fact, 50% of American citizens 18 and over, consume this delicious coffee bean flavored water daily
From Bean To Brew: Making coffee is the same process as making tea. By taking a hot cup of water and letting a bag of tea sit in it, the hot water extracts the flavor of the tea. Coffee machines utilize the same process, but with coffee beans.
Coffee and What It Does For Us: People all over the world rely on coffee as their go-to drink of choice during the day. Soda has a lot of sugar, and energy drinks can make one crash. Neither have much in the way of choices when it comes to what ingredients go in them. But if you took something like black coffee, coffee that has not had any sugar added, nor was their creamer or flavors added, and compare its potency to soda and energy drinks, neither can compete.
So, it is no wonder we see thinker, students and workers drink a cup of coffee 3X a day, in 8 to 9 oz cups. It lines up with normal schedules: 1 in the morning, 1 at lunch and 1 cup during afternoon hours, all to stay awake and alert.
Coffee has health benefits too.
A recent study found a connection between Alzheimer’s, and dementia, and individuals who drink coffee. The study’s data shows that an individual’s cognitive decline from aging can be prevented, or at the very least at a slower rate, if they drink between 3-5 cups of coffee every day. Altogether leading to Alzheimer’s and dementia decreasing in individuals by 65%.
So, it is never too late to have a coffee, I only drink Organic coffee and I like to get mine from Javista Organic Coffee in Hollywood, California.
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