So Now Coffee Is Good for You?

For a long time, coffee drinking has been frowned upon and has often been labeled as being bad for your health by many researching around the globe. Aside from the caffeinated drinks abilities to keep your eyes open and its addictive flavor, there are many other hidden coffee health benefits that keep on being discovered.

In recent years there have been a number of studies carried out that are finding that drinking coffee can be good for your health. Apparently up to five cups of coffee a day can help to reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and even Parkinson’s, according to a recent article published in the DailyMail.

I’m a huge coffee drinker and probably drink five cups a day and to be honest I can’t get through the day without my caffeine fix. To be honest new research will probably come out in the next few months or years declaring that coffee is in fact bad for you. But until that happen I’m still going to be drinking away, not for the health benefits but simply because I love my coffee.

The best way to make your coffee (as far as I’m concerned) is to use the stovetop espresso maker. This is a simple way to make a great tasting coffee without the need for those expensive coffee makers.

Coffee doesn’t always sit well with everyone and some drinkers can experience so called coffee allergies. Some coffee allergies can include skin irritations, stomach and intestinal issues, respiratory problems, just to name a few.

In most cases it’s not the coffee per se that is triggering these coffee allergies but the actual caffeine found in the coffee. So if you like to drink coffee but suffer from coffee allergies try switching to a decaf version of coffee that can help alleviate problems.