When you wake up in the morning what’s the first thing you drink? Having a really long day working and need a pick me up or staying up all night and need something to get you through it? Coffee is the first thing that pops into anyone’s mind. Let’s discuss some of the benefits of coffee.
For non-coffee drinkers, what exactly is coffee? Well, it comes from seeds that you can find inside the fruit of coffee plants that are dried, processed and brewed into the delicious black liquid that we drink.
If you are like me and start every day with a cup of coffee, whether it’s plain or with milk, do you ever wonder what the real benefits of drinking it?
There are nutrients in coffee like Vitamin B-3 and Vitamin B-2, Potassium, Magnesium and it is pack with antioxidants that benefit the human body in different ways.
Coffee helps with your metabolism and also helps you lose weight because it contains caffeine which a known to be a natural supplement for fat burning, although for long-term coffee drinkers this effect is much lower. Drinking coffee can help prevent diseases like:
- Heart disease or even strokes
- Parkinson’s disease
- Digestive disease
- Type 2 diabetes
If you drink at a moderate level, like 1 to 3 cups of coffee a day then it can reduce the risk of these diseases.
Drinking coffee isn’t the only way to get benefits, you can do other things too with coffee that helps you. For example:
Ground-up some coffee beans and mix with coconut oil and use it as a face mask, it helps tighten the skin because caffeine increases the blood flow in the skin which makes all your wrinkles disappear eventually.
Who knew coffee can help with that horrible flaky, dry skin go away, all you have to do is rub a mixture of coffee grounds and coconut oil and apply it to the hair.
Pouring some coffee onto the hair just before showering can help you make it shiny and also helps brunettes maintain their hair color.
Helps to get rid f dry feets
Dark Circles Under the Eyes
Removes dark circles around the eyes
Depression is very common now since we live in this fast-paced life. Coffee is a great way to boost mental health. It gives out feel-good vibes as natural anti-depressants that help with mental illness.
Did you know that coffee helps you live longer? Yes, it does, since it helps reduce the risk of diseases and even reduces the risk of you dying.
Boosts Your Mood
Being clumsy is a really tough thing to deal with, the caffeine in the coffee improves your coordination, making the neutrons in your head fire faster.
It is known that coffee is a good hair growth stimulant which means it can reduce hair fall and increase the probability of your hair to grow.
Cavities are usually one of the worst pains in the world. If you drink coffee black then you can prevent cavities (even gum disease) although it is known to make the teeth yellow or stained but make sure you don’t drink with sugar because tooth decay is usually caused by having too much sugar
Reduce Pain in the Body
Had a good work out and now your entire body hurts? Coffee can help with that! That’s right! It is known the caffeine receptiveness to pain which can help reduce muscle or body pains after a stressful workout. It even boosts your ability to work out cause it increases your adrenaline levels.
Coffee helps with throbbing headaches since caffeine has certain properties to reduce the blood flow and narrow the blood vessels, which is why if you are a regular coffee drinker and you stop drinking coffee you get bad headaches. That is called caffeine withdrawals.
Boost Your Memory
Drinking a cup of coffee when you feel like you can remember anything is a great way to boost your memory. Caffeine has certain properties that help boost your memory and give you higher brain function, which technically means you can actually become smarter and improve mental performance.
Having a major BO? Why don’t you apply some coffee grounds to your armpits? It’s known to be a natural deodorant, coffee helps to fight off a bad odor
There are so many more reasons that coffee is good for you and I can go on for pages and pages about it.
The last thing you need to know is, having a cup of coffee a day can actually keep you away from a doctor another day.