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Coffee: The Healthy Brew
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Is coffee a healthful drink? Yes! And here's why

Banish your guilt about getting a morning caffeine fix. Growing medical research shows that coffee has a lot of health benefits going for it!

  • Coffee might soon be considered as a health drink as studies confirmed that it is a surprisingly rich source of anti-cancer agents and contributes more antioxidants-which have been linked with fighting heart disease and cancer-than cranberries, apples or tomatoes.

  • Caffeine in coffee increases alertness and improves mental processes. In fact, a study by the Radiological Society of North America linked coffee drinking with better short-term memory as caffeine modulates a higher brain function.

  • Coffee has been associated with the reduction of colon cancer and bladder cancer because of the phenols it contains.

  • For those suffering from asthma and allergy attack, a cup of coffee can subdue the attack if there are no medications around.

  • Drinking coffee increases the body's metabolism, and can aid in slimming.

  • In a Scottish Health Study, people who drank coffee are less likely to suffer heart disease. Those who drink more than three cups of coffee daily are less likely to develop high blood pressure.

  • A recent study of sexual behavior suggests that coffee can serve a sexual stimulant, especially with women who consume coffee rarely.

  • A separate cancer study shows coffee drinkers are less likely to develop cancer of the liver as consumption levels increase.

  • Coffee reduces development of type 2 diabetes

  • A new cancer study links higher coffee consumption to lower percentage of women that develop breast cancer. According to a report from the University of Toronto, those "who drank six or more cups of coffee a day on average had about 75 percent reduction in the risk of developing breast cancer."


Now that you know the facts about your favorite indulgence and the main ingredient that goes to every good cup in UCC coffee, enjoy their siphon-brew in their cafes.

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April 30, 2017

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