Coffee

 

Coffee vs tea vs soft drinks: what “CCB” do countries prefer?

I recently came across a study into caffeine consumption of 57 countries that examined the role caffeine plays in our diets and revealed what caffeine source each country prefers. The study, conducted by researchers in the Department of Preventive Medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine (Chicago, Illinois), used 2017 volume sales of caffeine-containing beverages (CCB) from London-based global market intelligence firm, Euromonitor International.

Drinking coffee reduces the risk of liver disease

Go ahead and have that second, third – or even fourth – cup of coffee, it really is good for you! A new large-scale study – consisting of nearly a half million people – has found that coffee lowers the risk of developing chronic liver disease, fatty liver disease, liver cancer, and death from chronic liver disease.

Can drinking coffee help your heart?

Drink up! Whether it is a single origin or a blend, a specialty brand or a grocery brand, hot or iced, brewed or espresso, the health benefits surrounding coffee consumption continue to be uncovered.

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