I’m one of the rare people who don’t really care for, let alone need, a cup of coffee in the morning. Sure, I’ll make the occasional trip to Starbucks if I’m working on a project or just craving that coffee taste, but it definitely hasn’t become the daily ritual for me the way it has for almost everybody else. As for needing caffeine, I don’t notice a difference when drinking coffee so it’s never been my go-to for an energy boost. For a while I was even proud to say that I was’t coffee dependant and was convinced of the negative consequences from drinking coffee to the point where you experience withdrawal symptoms if you don’t.
But now it seems like all the coffee drinkers out there have actually got the right idea. I was wrong and I’m not afraid to admit it.
Studies show that there may be actual health benefits associated with drinking coffee. A 60% lower risk of Parkinson’s disease and a 40% lower risk of liver cancer are two of the benefits that top the list. Check out the video for more details regarding why drinking coffee might actually be good for your health.
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