The Case for Coffee
I've been an avid coffee drinker since I was 15. I love everything about it. The ritual, the smell.... But recently I've been hearing a lot of people say they're trying to quit coffee. Why?
According to Mayo Clinic, research has shown the high levels of caffeine in coffee can lead to increased anxiety and mild elevation in cholesterol levels.
On the other hand, an article published by Harvard Medical School describes research that supports evidence that coffee can reduce Type II diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, Parkinson's Disease, uterine and liver cancer, gout and cirrhosis.
Additionally, in 2016, coffee was officially lifted from the list of possible carcinogenic foods.
Coffee can help your body burn fat by increasing metabolic rates
Lowers risk of fatty liver
Contains vitamins B2, B3, B5, magnesium and potassium