Coffee is abundant in chlorogenic acid, a polyphenol that reduces blood sugar and its absorption in the intestines.
Dutch researchers found that those who drank caffeinated coffee during a four-hour driving assignment veered less, maintained their pace better, and drove responsibly.
Coffee may lessen the chance of kidney stones, a painful illness. According to a study, persons who drank coffee weekly were less likely to acquire kidney stones.
Researchers argue that while caffeine inhibits the neurotransmitter adenosine, it cannot inhibit the neurotransmitter norepinephrine, which plays a vital role in memory retrieval.
One study found that those who had two cups of coffee each day were 43 percent less likely to develop it than those who abstained.
Research after study has shown that guys who drink a cup of Joe an hour before workouts are more likely to complete their activities faster.
People who consumed four or more cups of coffee a day were 20% less likely to acquire melanoma than those who drank none after an 11-year follow-up.
One study showed that men who drank at least four cups of coffee a day were less likely to get depressed than those who didn't drink any coffee.
Researchers from Boston University discovered that persons who consumed at least one cup of coffee daily had fewer teeth with bone loss.
According to a Japanese study, those who drank one cup of coffee each day had a 20-30% lower risk of having a stroke than those who didn't.