I drink Starbucks coffee every morning. Ever since my friend told me about the Starbucks gold card, I have been a gold card member. I really should get the Starbucks app so I can use my iphone to pay for my daily routine.
The reason why I drink coffee every morning is quite simple.
It’s because I need caffeine in the morning. I am NOT a morning person, so it is quite difficult for me to get up every morning to go to work by 8:30am. 🙁
My parents were concerned that I was drinking that much coffee (Starbucks Venti cups) every day. there has been debate over whether coffee is good for your health or not. Obviously moderation is the key. You shouldn’t drink too much coffee as it does increase your blood pressure and people with high anxiety should not be drinking caffeine so much.
But I am so excited to hear about the 10-year U.S. study that was done and they actually studied people who drank coffee regularly for ten years. What they have discovered is remarkable. Those who drink coffee regularly have a lower risk of heart disease and diabetes.
Coffee even improve your life expectancy..
Really? I am still skeptical. So how much coffee do you need to drink to reduce your risk of early death? According to the American Journal of Epidemiology, those who drink 4 or 5 cups of coffee (equivalent to 400 milligrams of caffeine per day) daily are less likely to die at early ages.
Pregnant women are discouraged from drinking coffee but the study shows that it is actually beneficial for pregnant women to drink coffee as long as caffeine intake is up to 200 milligrams per day.
Recently, A University of New Hampshire chemist managed to develop coffee that has the health benefits red wine offers. They infused Arabica coffee beans with resveratrol, the natural antioxidant found in the skins of graps. Moderate red wine consumption is proven to improve your health.
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