A good cup of coffee isn’t an act of ritual, but an emotional experience. The high that your coffee provides you is unmatched. The coffee’s delicious taste in your mouth and the strong smell is heavenly! Let’s take advantage out of National Espresso day today to reveal some of the health benefits of coffee.
CuredCare reached out to Avni Kaul who is a dietician and an expert in nutrition, to discuss some of the coffee facts.
Basics of coffee
Coffee is grown across the globe. It is cultivated across more than 70 countries. The best climate for coffee is near the Equator. It is possible to get the most delicious coffee in areas close to the equator such as Africa, Southeast Asia, North and South America, and India.
The coffee species come in two types: Arabica and Robusta. Arabica is a premium variety of coffee, and Robusta has a bitter taste and is less palatable.Before the beans get roasted need to be harvested then processed and then dried. The green beans are sent to be roast. Arabica beans require about 6-8 months to mature, while Robusta beans mature over an extended period of 9 to 11 months.
5 health benefits from drinking coffee
1. Coffee can help you last longer
“As as per studies, people who drink coffee are less likely to die from the most common causes of death for women, including the kidney diseases, heart attack diabetes, stroke,” according to the expert.
A study, in fact referenced by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health acknowledges that people who drink eight cups coffee each day could lower their risk of death before age in comparison to those who do not. Some may argue the notion that drinking too much of something even good can be harmful to health, you can take a break and rest knowing the coffee you drink is doing much more than providing the delicious aroma and taste! Be aware of the negative effects that you’re drinking coffee too often can cause.