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  • Coffee is Loaded With Nutrients and Antioxidants

    Coffee isn't just black water. Many of the nutrients in the coffee beans will also be found in the final drink.

    A cup of coffee contains:
    - 6% of the RDA for Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5).
    - 11% of the RDA for Riboflavin (Vitamin B2).
    - 2% of the RDA for Niacin (B3) and Thiamine (B1).
    - 3% of the RDA for Potassium and Manganese.

  • But this isn't all. Coffee also contains a massive amount of antioxidants. In fact, coffee is the biggest source of antioxidants in the western diet, outranking both fruits and vegetables combined.

    Coffee Lowers Risk of a Variety of Cancers
    Coffee drinking has been associated with a lower risk of lung, prostate, breast, endometrial, pancreatic, stomach, and colon cancer.

  • Coffee Lowers Risk of Heart Disease & Heart Attack
    Coffee intake is highly protective for the cardiovascular system and has been repeatedly found to decrease risk of heart disease and death from a heart attack. In one 15-year study of 41,000 women, drinking up to 3 cups of coffee a day was linked to lower risk of heart failure. Similar results have been shown for men.

  • Coffee Improves Vascular Health & Does NOT Raise Blood Pressure
    The caffeine in coffee has actually been shown to improve the health of the blood vessels because it increases nitric oxide production in the endothelium (the thin layer of cells that line the interior surface of blood vessels), which improves vascular muscle tone. Coffee also supports healthy arterial pressure, lowering blood pressure over the long-term.

  • Coffee Decreases Metabolic Syndrome Risk
    Metabolic syndrome is the combination of obesity, a large waist circumference, and insulin resistance, all of which increase heart disease and diabetes risk. Coffee drinking can improve fat burning, potentially influencing body composition, and it has been closely linked to lower diabetes risk.

  • Coffee Improves Body Composition & Elevates Fat Burning
    There is compelling evidence that coffee increases your metabolic rate so that you burn more calories, and it can help shift the body to burn fat rather than glucose for energy. In addition, coffee modulates blood sugar and can improve insulin sensitivity.

  • Caffeine Increases Power & Strength Performance

    Caffeine Speeds Recovery and Reduces Muscle Soreness
    Caffeine enhances speed recovery and reduces post-workout muscle soreness by up to 48 percent.

  • Coffee May Decrease Your Risk of Dying
    Many people still seem to think that coffee is unhealthy. In two very large prospective epidemiological studies, drinking coffee was associated with a lower risk of death by all causes. This effect is particularly profound in type II diabetics, one study showing that coffee drinkers had a 30% lower risk of death during a 20 years period.

  • Coffee May Lower Your Risk of Alzheimer and Parkinson's
    Not only can coffee make you smarter in the short term, it may also protect your brain in old age. Alzheimer's disease is the most common neurodegenerative disorder in the world and a leading cause of dementia. In prospective studies, coffee drinkers have up to a 60% lower risk of Alzheimer's and dementia. Parkinson's is the second most common neurodegenerative disorder and coffee may lower the risk of Parkinson's by 32-60%.