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The health benefits of drinking coffee

By LLM Reporters on 5th July 2018

Can’t get by without your morning caffeine hit? You’re not alone. But with the multitude of conflicting information out there about just how good coffee really is for us, it can be difficult to know what to think. Thankfully, medical experts have now confirmed that coffee drinkers stand to reap a raft of benefits from their daily pick me up – making that morning cappuccino a more attractive prospect than ever.

Want to know how sipping a cup or two each day could be doing you the word of good? Then read on to find out the three most impressive benefits.

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Your morning cup of coffee may be the perfect pick-me-up, but could it be providing more benefits than you realise?

Coffee can improve your energy levels

While drinking more than around four cups of freshly roasted coffee beans per day could harm your health, a smaller amount will help to keep you energised throughout the working day. Even better, a couple of brews can even improve your performance in the workplace, helping you to deal with issues in a more rational and intelligent manner. It’s all down to the caffeine it contains, which releases energy into your body and gives you a boost. So, if you’re one of those people who really struggle to get going in the morning, consider adding a cup of coffee to your routine.

Coffee can help you to burn fat

According to scientists, consuming a moderate amount of coffee could help to speed up your metabolism and increase weight loss. Caffeine is one of the few natural substances in the world that experts have proven will help to burn fat – which means it’s the perfect drink for those who have a few extra pounds they’re keen to shed alongside a balanced diet and regular fitness routine. Bear in mind that high levels of caffeine can increase your heart rate, so you may want to speak to your doctor before working out on coffee if you have any pre-existing conditions.

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From improved performance to enhanced health, coffee has it all – just remember to drink it in moderation

Coffee could lower your risk of diabetes

Around 300 million people worldwide have Type 2 diabetes. It has become such a problem that some medical professionals are referring to it as an epidemic. According to various reports, people who drink a lot of coffee have a much lower chance of developing the condition than others –  with the level of risk said to decrease by between 23% and 50%. What more of a reason do you need to go and refill that mug?

With a wealth of reported benefits, there are plenty of reasons to keep up that morning coffee shop run – but as with everything, moderation is key. Drink 1-2 cups per day for optimum results – and enjoy!