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Don’t Fall for This Mainstream Coffee MYTH!

In All Health Watch, General Health

For readers of Health Watch, I’ve talked at length about the numerous health benefits of drinking coffee.

Countless research studies have found that coffee is good for your brain, your waistline, and even helps lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

But that hasn’t stopped mainstream medicine from vilifying coffee… especially when it comes to how it affects your heart.… Read More

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Coffee Fights Diabetes, Study Finds

In All Health Watch, Diabetes, Diet and Nutrition, General Health

If you’re struggling with type 2 diabetes, your doctor is not likely to recommend is that you drink more coffee.

But a major study suggests he should. The research found strong evidence that coffee reduces blood sugar.

The study was presented at the European Association for the Study of Diabetes. Many of the world’s top diabetes experts gather at this annual conference.[1]… Read More

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Drink Coffee for Healthier Skin

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, General Health

By now you’ve heard about the wide-ranging health benefits of coffee drinking.  

The energy-boosting beverage is linked to lower risk of dementia, hearing loss, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, cancer, and liver disease.  

Now, you can add another condition to the list… 

Coffee Benefits Are More than Skin Deep 

Nearly a quarter of us suffer from an ugly and disturbing skin condition as we get older.Read More

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Drink This to Burn 29% More Fat

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Weight Loss

Getting rid of fat is high on just about everybody’s fitness wish list. But it’s not easy.

Body fat can be stubbornly resistant to even the strictest diets and most strenuous workouts.

But now, a new study shows that there may be an easy way to unlock the fat-burning power of exercise. Researchers at the University of Granada in Spain discovered that you can burn up to 29% more fat during your workout if you drink a cup of coffee a half-hour before exercising.… Read More

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The Healthiest Kind of Coffee

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article

For years, doctors warned that coffee was bad for your heart.

They didn’t have much evidence to support this advice other than the fact that caffeine slightly raises your blood pressure.

But recent studies show that effect is only temporary. And it’s harmless in just about everybody.

Nutritional researchers have come to view coffee as a true superfood. Studies show it helps with weight loss, prevents diabetes, reduces artery calcification that leads to heart attacks, lowers Alzheimer’s risk, and improves cognition and mood.… Read More