The Benefits of Coffee
- by Ivan KNEZ
It is hard to believe that a coffee bean has more antioxidants than any fruit or vegetable. A vehicle of vitamins which is synonymous of energy and vitality. When you take 10 minutes of your time at home to stop and prepare a coffee, you are not only revitalising your body with each sip, but also accelerating your body's performance and impacting the development of your tasks.
A fruit, which when combined with water, allows you to increase your adrenaline levels, allowing your fat cells to be released and transformed into energy. Turning 200 Ml of drink into energy is a quality that not only our body at your study desk appreciates, but also high-performance athletes who seek to explore the limits of their physical condition by transforming every centimetre of their body into energy thanks to coffee.
But not everything is bodily, so the mind is one of caffeine's best friends. Concentration, memory, mood, reaction times and the increase of your cognitive capacity are some of the by-products of caffeine entering your body, allowing you to activate areas that your body does not regularly exploit without a previous stimulus. Once again, thank you coffee.
Finally, one of its most special characteristics is its relationship with science and health. Its capacity to become a preventive element for illnesses allows coffee to be a partner regardless of the physiological condition of each person. Diabetes, neurodegenerative diseases, some kinds of cancer, or cardiovascular problems can be prevented thanks to conditions such as increased blood pressure, its content of magnesium, potassium, niacin, or vitamins B2 and B5, that directly impact the health of those who make coffee an elixir of life.