Can’t Beat the Facts
A common misconception about caffeinated coffee is that it can cause negative effects on your heart health. While it may feel like your heart is beating out of your chest when you down a few espressos, research from the University of California shows that coffee may actually pose no risk to heart health and may actually have more benefits.
Right Back to Basics
In a study conducted by researchers at the University of California, coffee drinkers were found to have been less likely to contract certain heart diseases than their non-coffee drinking counterparts.
Your Heart Will Love It
Having many anti-inflammatory properties, coffee can also reduce your risk of certain cancers, skin conditions, and even Parkinsons. Of course, moderation is key!
The ideas expressed in this blog should not be taken as medical advice. It’s important to consult a medical professional before making a change in your diet or lifestyle.
By John Toledo