- Studies show that coffee drinkers have lower rates of diabetes, Parkinson's disease and liver disease.
- It contains loads of antioxidants.
- In moderation, coffee has been shown to lower the risk of heart rhythm disturbances - in turn lowering the risk of stroke.
- It even lowers the risk of dementia and Alzheimer's: According to WebMD, "A 2009 study from Finland and Sweden showed that, out of 1,400 people followed for about 20 years, those who reported drinking 3-5 cups of coffee daily were 65% less likely to develop dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, compared with nondrinkers or occasional coffee drinkers."
I'm pretty wishy-washy about my coffee, but my current obsession is adding brown sugar (super healthy, I know!) and frothy milk! How do you drink your coffee?