All over the globe, someone is drinking a cup of coffee right now. Maybe it’s their first or maybe it’s their fourth. Regardless of how many liters you’re gulping in a day, there are tons of benefits to doing so. Yes, really. Researchers have gone out and conducted studies to learn the benefits of drinking coffee, and here’s what they came up with. College students, you might want to listen up!
Thanks to some Harvard researchers, they’re uncovered that drinking a cup of coffee a day can lower your chances of developing diabetes by nearly 9%. Furthermore, it lowers your chances of developing kidney stones by 26% if you drink a cup or more a day. Basically it induces more urination which releases any excess sodium and calcium from your system.
Two to three cups of coffee a day can help lover liver cancer development by 38% than those who consume no coffee, according to the Cancer Center at Hawaii University. Moreover a study done by the University of Southampton shows that, “Drinking one cup more of caffeinated coffee a day was associated with a 20% reduction in the risk of developing HCC, two cups more with a 35 percent reduction, and up to five cups with a halving of the risk.”
A mere 200 mg of caffeine can help to improve your memory! Essentially, it blocks neurotransmitters which inhibit your memory and allow for other neurotransmitters to then retrieve memories much more easily. That’s super beneficial when you’re cramming for a test! So lay off the energy drinks and guzzle down some coffee.
Helps Lower Depression
Yes, Harvard researchers have discovered that coffee drinkers are actually 55% less likely than nondrinkers to commit suicide. Moreover the Finnish conducted their own study and saw that those who drink coffee are 77% less likely to develop symptoms of depression. Now that’s a heavy loaded fact but it is rather amazing what coffee beans can do.