Your Coffee Addiction Might Be A Good Thing
Feb 11, 2016 10:48 PM EST | By Sneha Susan John
The scent of roasted coffee is a delight to every coffee lover. The wafting aroma of coffee in the air can keep you craving for one more hot cup of joe. Nearly 70 to 80 percent of Americans drink coffee on a daily basis, proving that coffee has become a part of the system.
Drinking coffee has even become a part of our works cycle as it helps in keeping us awake and active throughout the day. A cup of hot coffee is your instant relief to stress and makes you lively.
Kick starting your day with a hot cup of coffee energizes you and you are up to face the day. In a few hours, you gulp your next cup of coffee to continue in high spirit. Though many people think that drinking too much coffee can affect your health, research and science have proved that drinking coffee can have numerous amazing benefits. Unlike other addictions, a coffee addition can make life better.
A recent study conducted on coffee drinkers says that, an addiction to coffee does not do any harm. On the contrary, it is actually a good thing. The research proves that three to five cups of coffee can decrease your risk of two types of diabetes, heart diseases and even reduces the risk of Parkinson's disease.
A study conducted on 50,739 women over 10 years by Harvard school of Public Health also proved that coffee may decrease the risk of depression.
Coffee is also proved to fight liver disease and even reduce the rate of skin cancer. Chlorogenic acid (CGA) is a compound found in coffee that fights obesity problems as well.
A coffee addiction is that one addiction that boosts your energy, increases you productivity, keeps you awake for long and fights diseases. So embrace your addiction to coffee and enjoy all its benefits.