Researchers aren’t sure why just yet, but studies have shown that people who drink a few cups per day were less likely to die of chronic illnesses than those who didn’t.
Most of us know that you certainly get all sorts of boosts when you drink coffee, but not many are aware that coffee can actually improve your memory. In fact, your memory boost lasts up to 24 hours after one cup of coffee.
One Norwegian study found that coffee-drinkers had less pain in their neck and shoulders throughout the workday, and many experienced less chronic pain in their backs.
3 to 5 cups of coffee per day can help prevent cognitive decline associated with getting older, according to a recent study. In fact, drinking more coffee on a daily basis can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia by up to 65%.
Cold coffee is now making up about 25% of coffee store menus. Though cold coffee was considered fairly taboo back in the day, with Starbuck’s leading the way, cold coffee is a great way to get your fix on those hot summer days.
From homebrew to trips to Starbucks, Americans are drinking coffee--a lot of coffee. The USA is actually the leader in cups of coffee consumed, totalling in at 146 billion cups per year. Let’s just hope those cups are recyclable.
Don’t throw out extra coffee grounds left by your coffee machine. Instead, use them around the house as deodorizers, or ground into a fine powder to use as a skin exfoliant. The caffeine in coffee also makes it great for coffee masks for your face.
Researchers recently found in a survey that 55% of avid coffee drinkers would rather gain 10 pounds than give up coffee for life. 52% would rather abstain from their morning shower than give it up. 49% would willingly give up their cellphones in order to indulge. What would you do for a cup of joe?
Though most coffee is brewed and consumed at home, these three big hitters are leaders in the industry of caffeine. These chains are at the top of the list for national coffee sales in the United States.
The origin of coffee tales that the beans came from Ethiopia hundreds of years ago; however, rather than grounding the beans, most people wrapped it in a ball of animal fat in order to get the caffeine boost.
Also known to some as sacred lifeblood, coffee is a popular addiction among all sorts of people on every part of the globe. With the recent passing of National Coffee Day on September 29th, coffee-lovers everywhere went to their favorite stores to take part in the caffeine-filled activities.
But many people don’t know much about coffee, and some people are even clueless as to its health benefits and origins.
Plus, have ten amazing images of coffee that will make you want it right this second.