I don’t know, precisely, how coffee good/bad for the human body. According to Harvard Medical School. Robert H. Shmerling, MD Faculty Editor, Harvard Health Publishing says, Over the last several decades, coffee has been among the most heavily studied dietary components. And the news is mostly good. Moderate coffee consumption (three to four cups per day) has been linked with a longer lifespan. In fact, a November 2015 study in Circulation found that coffee consumption was associated with an 8% to 15% reduction in the risk of death (with larger reductions among those with higher coffee consumption).
Along from research, I feel coffee seems like an energy drink. It just makes me feel well. Articulately, for the readers and writers, it rejuvenates. Please correct me, if I’m wrong. What I had said above. I feel better, If I had coffee/tea.
What I do is, sitting in the coffee shop and reading or writing makes me to feel better. I could able to get a good mood. More deeply stress buster.
Lonely or sitting with friends doesn’t matter. You could try, the sip of coffee and reading quietly. The feeling, you cannot express in words. I will go twice a week and enjoy. Moreover, if you are preparing coffee in the home. That’s fantastic. Well, if you are making your home a productive one. That’s cool. Few people might not feel well in the home. It’s all about individual preferences. Even better, you could reduce cost/time. So, have coffee and enjoy the work.
Gentle reminder: What I noticed from the above Harvard research is,
- Moderate your coffee intake. Although we don’t have proof that drinking six or more cups of coffee is dangerous, the risk of side effects is lower with moderation.
- Don’t drink beverages at very high temperatures (i.e., over 149° F). In addition to the potential risk of esophageal cancer, there is a risk of burning yourself.
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