Most Americans drink quite a bit of coffee, and I’d say that most of them believe that coffee isn’t really that great for them. Certainly, they point out that everything is okay in moderation, but coffee isn’t one of those things that individuals take in small amounts, they appear to drink coffee each and every day, and many drink quite a bit, maybe two, 3 or even 4 cups of coffee 1 day. Indeed, they’re definitely wired, and they alone are bridging the digital divide.
Nevertheless, it is quite reassuring that coffee does have several positive characteristics for the human biosystem. For instance it’s been declared drinking one cup of coffee one day can prevent early onset Alzheimer’s, and there have been other exciting stories in the information, and quite a good deal of research with other advantages to coffee. We know that caffeine is not necessarily suitable for the central nervous system of the human body, but it seems to have other good properties.
That is to suggest that coffee has benefits to life, health, and well being. Nevertheless, as a skeptic I love to challenge the empirical data of a number of these research reports I find out about in the science news, or perhaps the major newspapers. Most of all I would like to make certain they are not being funded through the coffee industry, otherwise can we trust them. Next, Hallo Go Blog would like to look at; the empirical evidence, dimensions of the study, and where the study took place.
Exactly why you ask? Because it seems to me that people in different areas of the world have lifestyles, climate, and different diets, you will find more things reaching their bodies than only coffee. Not far in the past, there was an extremely interesting article in Irish Times Online News on May 11, 2011 titled “Coffee Cuts Breast Cancer Risk, New Research Shows” by Dick Ahlstrom (Science Editor).
Okay so, we all know that breast cancer is a pretty serious issue, and although fewer individuals die today due to breast cancer because of good screening, and first treatment, it would be great to knock that cancer type off the face of the earth. The report discussed a research project that was done in Sweden and it stated; “Women who consumed five or even more cups of coffee a day were found to have a 57 per cent reduced risk of improving a kind of breast cancer recognized as’ oestrogen receptor-negative’ cancers.
After reviewing this particular research paper, it appears to be legitimate, and it also makes good sense from a medical standpoint. Consequently, it’s good to know that although lots of people believe coffee just isn’t good for them, and they really feel responsible drinking it, perhaps heavy coffee drinkers are receiving some benefit from all this, and perhaps that will counterbalance the complications that caffeine has on their central nervous system over time. Indeed I ask that you please think about all this and think on it.