Conclusion: Decaffeinated coffee can protect against age-related mental deterioration. It can also reduce the risk of diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. 5.Reduction of symptoms of heartburn and reduction of risk of rectal cancer A common side effect on coffee consumption is heartburn or reflux. Many people experience this, and it is possible that consumption of decaffeinated coffee can alleviate this uncomfortable side effect. Decaffeinated coffee has been shown to cause reflux significantly less than that caused by regular coffee.
For some people coffee is a healthy drink but some regard it as quite detrimental beverage. It all depends on whom you ask! Still, the fact that coffee is abundant in antioxidant and associated with lower risk of many diseases cannot be neglected. On the other hand, coffee also contains caffeine, a stimulant which can cause distress and disrupted sleep in some people. This article covers both pros and cons of this beverage!
11) Whilst not technically a food, the benefits of the coffee bean along with its immense popularity afford it celebrity status on this list. Coffee has been proven to boots the metabolism and aid in the burning of fat cells, lower the risk of developing diabetes and recent research indicates that it can reduce the chances of developing Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s by up to 65%! Furthermore, coffee contains vitamins B2, B3 and B5, whilst also being a respectable source of manganese, potassium and magnesium. Whilst the percentages of these nutrients hovers around the 10% of an adults recommended daily allowance per serving, when factoring in that very few people stop at just one cup of coffee per day, this quickly has a cumulative effect making coffee a goldmine of nutritious health. For the most healthy caffeine fix, stick to a regular black coffee without sugar, add milk if preferred, and if you can’t keep the sugar away, keep it to a minimum!
Not My Cup of Tea (Coffee) Debates over how healthy coffee really is has grown recently because many more coffee shops, such as Starbucks, have opened up across the world. People who protest against coffee often claim that it is highly addictive and those addicted can’t “live” unless they have their daily dose of coffee. Those who believe coffee is fine to drink usually make claims that the body will adapt to the coffee intake and improves the human life expectancy; therefore, making it safe to drink. Whether coffee is your cup of tea, many authors have debated over this topic. Both Drayer and Hyman have written their own article on whether they believe coffee is healthy or not.
It is one of the few articles that I have that cover long term effects of caffeine consumption which is one of the things that I wanted to cover in my final paper. This source does show me that there is some link between the reward system for caffeine consumption and caffeine addiction/dependence. This article has provided me with the basic pharmacology for caffeine. This is especially useful because it really breaks down the information, and I think I will be able to understand it within a year. The basic pharmacology will give me what I need to be able to introduce the caffeine pharmacology for my paper.
According to a research done by Villanova University,“90% of Americans consume caffeine every single day either knowingly or in some instances unknowingly” (1). According to a 2015, article from “MEDICALNEWSTODAY”, excessive and over dependence on Coffee to kick start one’s day or even to be productive can lead to addiction and consequently serious health concerns; as a result, I am of the firm believe, as a preventative measure, that Coffee should be consumed in moderation if at all. Before delving further into why I believe in the reduction of coffee consumption, I think it’s wise or better yet fair to talk about the benefits of caffeine. Medically, caffeine is known as trimethylxanthine and serves as good medication source for certain illness like low blood pressure, mental alertness, gallbladder disease, type two diabetes, weight loss and so much more. Caffeine is used by mouth or rectally in combination with painkillers (such as aspirin and acetaminophen) and a chemical called ergotamine for treating migraine-headaches.
While others in the market uses sachet, foil, plastic or paper as packaging material they try to use glass jar. Something unique, economical and reusable. The main driver for consumer to buy the product is because they were after the packaging something new and something reusable after coffee had been fully consumed. But as the time goes by the taste of the product had been the top reason why the consumer keep on patronizing it. Moccona coffee produced different variety of product that suits the taste of their target market.
Even whilst working, I need a cup to satiate my coffee taste buds. I need it to focus on my work. My brain goes numb without it. It revitalizes every brain cell in my body and lets me gain the required concentration. It keeps me up and going.
If someone cannot function in the morning without their daily dosage of caffeine, or someone is developing a headache then in reality they have developed an addiction. As many people know, caffeine drinkers can develop dependence and withdrawal. Many begin to experience withdrawal symptoms in a form of a headache. Even though students do not have a major caffeine addiction hanging over their head, they will still experience withdrawal symptoms. Students will start to experience withdrawal symptoms after twelve to twenty four hours.