Good News on Coffee from Oprah’s Dr. Oz

Just thought I’d slip this quick thought in today. According to Oprah’s famous Dr. Oz, studies have shown, especially for men, that a reasonable amount of coffee can actually reduce liver cancer and to be effective with, or with symptoms of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. Awesome! He suggests 24 ounces a day to be a ‘rational’ amount to serve up to yourself. Be careful of those side-effects. Migraines, nervousness, and heart palpitations. Certainly ‘good news’ for us coffee fanatics!

3 Responses to Good News on Coffee from Oprah’s Dr. Oz

  1. Andre says:

    A lot of instant coffee manufacturers are using this “coffee is healthy” bit to advertise their stuff. I just tell my family and friends that it’s better to stick to freshly ground and brewed coffee since they can be sure that coffee is all that they’re drinking. Plus, it’ll taste better too.

  2. Thought your readers might be interested in:

    THE COFFEE & TEA FESTIVAL NYC

    April 12-13, 2008: 3rd Annual Coffee And Tea Festival NYC. Open to consumers and the trade. Samples, Demos, International Coffee Cupping & Tasting (SUN ONLY), Goodie Bags & More. Helping to raise funds for Cup for Education. Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W. 18th Street, NYC. 631-940-7290; http://www.CoffeeAndTeaFestival.com

  3. Lawren says:

    Here are some other health benefits to drinking coffee. Coffee can possibly decrease the risk of type 2 diabetes. It may also reduce the risk of developing gallstones, discourages development of colon cancer, improve cognitive functions, lift your mood, treat headaches, lower your risk of cavities, reduce the risk of liver damage in people at high risk of liver disease, and reduce the risk of Parkinson’s disease. Coffee also has been shown to improve endurance in long-duration physical activities.

    Thank you for letting me share…

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