Drinking coffee has not as many side-effects as it was earlier reported. According to the separate studies that were recently conducted at The Journal of the American Medical Association, Harvard Medical School and The Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the coffee now has been found to possess Sex Hormone-Binding Globulin (SHBG), a protein that protects against diabetes type II.
The study at Harvard, conducted on 190,000 people observed their coffee consumption habits. It was found that people with higher intake were at the lower risk of being bugged by type2 diabetes.
It was also found in a separate study that the coffee descends the risk of cardiovascular diseases in women by no less than 24%.
In a startling article published in Wall Street Journal it was stated that coffee possesses antimicrobial agents that aids in the prevention of tooth decay.
Coffee not only protects men from Parkinson's disease but also increases the metabolism.
It is also reported that that coffee helps in the condition of short-term memory loss and everyone knows that it is a hard-hitting solution in headaches.
Although these findings have brought good news for many, researchers and medical experts have maintained that excess of everything is bad, and the case is no different for caffeine.
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