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Benefits of Drinking Coffee

The health benefits of drinking coffee have been making it more appealing to the public. People are surprised to learn about the beneficial properties of drinking 2-3 cups of coffee each day.People are surprised to learn the benefits of drinking 2-3 cups of coffee each day. Studies on health benefits of coffee drinking are making roasted coffee more and more appealing to the public.


  • May reduce the risks of Parkinson’s disease, dementia, and certain types of cancers
  • May lower the number of cases with Alzheimer’s stroke and heart disease
  • May lower the risk of stroke in women
  • Makes people more prone to exercise since coffee makes them more active
  • May help prevent tissue cell damage because coffee contains several Antioxidants*
  • May also reduce the risk of suicide in certain individuals since it may help fight off depression

On the other hand, researchers have also revealed that drinking coffee has a tendency to raise blood pressure and epinephrine hormone similar to the body’s stimulation in a fight/flight response situation.

Studies on Coffee Drinking and Type 2 Diabetes

Mounting evidence, including the 2012 study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, suggests that coffee may actually have therapeutic health benefits, including the reduced risk of developing type 2 diabetes.


According to Dr. Frank Hu, MD, MPH, PhD, "The vast majority of those studies have shown a benefit of coffee on the prevention of diabetes. And now there is also evidence that decaffeinated coffee may have the same benefit as regular coffee.”

Based on nine U.S. published studies (193,000 coffee drinkers), researchers found that people who drank 4-8 cups of coffee per day had 28-35% decrease in likelihood of having type 2 diabetes (compared to the people who drank less coffee). Based on 18 more recent studies (458,000 people), Australian researchers found that for each additional cup of coffee drunk each day, coffee drinkers saw another 7% drop in the likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes.