3 things every coffee lover should know

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Coffee lovers would not refuse a cup of delicious coffee in the morning for anything in the world. At the same time, scientists and doctors keep filling the web with information about the benefits or hazards of drinking coffee. So is coffee actually bad for you?  


1. Coffee is a natural nootropic, it blocks the function of adenosine, an inhibitory neurotransmitter in your brain. Thus it increases brain activity and releases other neurotransmitters like dopamine and norepinephrine. That’s why you may feel less tired and more alert.

2. According to numerous studies, caffeine may result in a short-term boost in brain function, general cognitive function, and reaction time. It also may improve mood, vigilance, metabolism and exercise performance. Coffee drinkers often build up a tolerance to such short-term effects.

3. Besides, coffee has many nutritional features worth mentioning.

It is high in antioxidants


Normally, a 240 ml (8 oz) cup of coffee contains:


An average 240 ml (8 ounce) cup of coffee contains around 100 mg of caffeine.


Remember that every person has a different sense of taste and body; consequently, you will get a different effect from coffee than your friend may. Just choose the right dose of caffeine for you and stay healthy.


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Coffee — Good or Bad? healthline.com

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