Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Drink Coffee, Live Longer and Healthier!


Coffee Drinking Lowers Women's Stroke Risk

Drinking coffee appears to lower the risk for stroke among women, with more consumption translating into more protection, Spanish and American researchers suggest.


Prevent Alzheimer’s: Keep the coffee flowing

Recently, several studies were performed that show that a diary dose of coffee (or more precisely caffeine, an adenosine receptor antagonist) helps to minimize the production of malformed amyloid beta and thus reduces the risks of developing Alzheimer’s.



The Lone Groover said...

What's a 'diary dose'?

I drink what can only be described as 'lots' of coffee.

You mean it's actually doing me some good after all?!?

Gregory Williams said...

What about the study I read somewhere that links coffee and Pancreatic cancer?

My dad drank a lot of that crap and guess what he had b4 he died?

:Kevin-John: Morgan. said...

When are people going to learn that where coffee comes from, the people there do NOT drink it, they have enemas with it!!! That's what the damned plant is supposed to be used for......it's a natural and powerful diuretic!
The only time they drink it where it grows is a special occasion, but the rest of the time, they lay down and have enemas. Try it, you'll never drink coffee again and you will have the most healthy liver, kidneys and spleen.

Chimp said...

Colombians are probably one of the largest consumers of coffee in the world. I would suggest drinking one or two cups a day and the pancreas should do well. Or drink one cup and shove the other up the butt. Skip the cream and sugar on the second cup. - Eat your bananas every day! - Dr. Chimp

Skeeter Sanders said...

The coffee study surveyed women, but what about men?

It's a fact that there are distinct biological and anatomical differences between men and women. What may be good for women may not be so for man, and vise-versa.

A follow-up study on the effects of regular coffee drinking on men is clear in order.