There is always ongoing research as to how coffee effects the body. Coffee used to get a bad wrap, but not anymore. Studies show that it couldprotect against diabetes, heart disease and stroke, liver cancer, cirrhosis and Parkinson’s disease. Coffee is also helpful for athletes to help them achieve the optimum in performance.
Why did earlier studies not show this? Perhaps it is because many coffee drinkers also smoke which skewed the previous tests on coffee. It is important to account for all factors when doing medical research so that you can truly evaluate the specific thing that you are testing, in this case, coffee.
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This article was written by Judy Forman. You can check out her site at www.myhealthsense.com
We are included in this weeks recipe blog carnival. Stop by and give My Readable Feast a visit. There are some wonderful recipes going on there!
A great read over at fivecentnickel.com for the beginner to blog carnivals. I pretty much participate in the carnival of the recipes when I can. And I know I was a bit confused at first when I tried submitting. This is a thorough and detailed guide on how to do it. Give it a read.
The Halloween Edition for Carnival of the Recipes is up and you can view all the wonderful entries by visiting this weeks sponser Morning Coffee and Afternoon Tea
Some of the tasty treats include:
Witch’s Weakness submitted by: KeeWee’s Corner
Pumpkin Ginger Scones presented by: firefly
AND! Pumpkin Spice Dessert by : your sponser, Morning Coffee and Afternoon Tea
They sound so scrumptious!
This weeks Carnival of the Recipes has been awsomely (is that a word? ) hosted by Men in Aprons (click that link!) Be sure to stop by and read about all the yummy offerings for the week. Thank you to Adam for hosting this week.
My recipe that was included this week is my Hazelnut Choco-Expresso Cookies.