Let’s go for coffee!
Has anyone asked you for a coffee today? If yes then you should surely go, not for the person who asked but for your own good health. Startled!! Don’t be. Because whatever you will be reading further in this article that will give you a clear idea of why I am bridging this connection between health and coffee.
It looks like today’s metropolitan lives are fuelled by coffee. Sure, we love that coffee perks us up to last through the day. However, this wonder drink has much more effects on us if consumed in moderation. It promotes good health and contains properties that help you keep illness at bay.
For example, drinking up coffee reduces the risk of developing type II diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, metabolic syndrome, neurodegenerative diseases, and liver and kidney cancers. An epidemiological study has shown a sharp reduction in the risk of overall death among coffee drinkers.
Delving deeper into the benefits of coffee, it has also been noted that coffee is great for skin and beauty. A cup of coffee can protect your skin against harsh sun rays which is harmful and may even lead to more complicated and life-threatening skin diseases. According to a study, caffeine actually inhibits the DNA damage response thus protecting your skin against the effect of UVB. Another good adverse of coffee is that plays a crucial role in regulating cell re-growth, leading to retained hydration and increased skin elasticity hence, as a result, you get a smooth and bright skin.
The marvelous drink not only enhances your beauty but helps to promote blood circulation. It leads to healthy and energized skin, effectively reducing the swelling of tissues and de-puffing of the skin.
So, next time when you are offered a cup of coffee think twice before saying NO.