Research shows that coffee helps reduce the risks of the following health problems:
- High Blood pressure: True, a cup of coffee can temporarily kick up your blood pressure. But results from long-term studies show that coffee may not increase the risk of high blood pressure over time, as previously thought. It is possible that people develop a tolerance to coffee’s hypertensive effects after a while.
- Cancer: Coffee possesses anti-cancer properties. Researchers found that coffee drinkers were 50% less likely to get liver cancer than nondrinkers. A few studies have found ties to lower rates of colon, breast, and rectal cancers.
- Diabetes: Heavy coffee drinkers may be half as likely to get diabetes as light drinkers or nondrinkers. Coffee contains ingredients that lower blood sugar. A coffee habit may also increase your resting metabolism rate, which could help keep diabetes at bay.
- Gallstones: Coffee drinkers are less likely to suffer symptomatic gallstone disease, possibly because coffee alters the cholesterol content of the bile produced by the liver.
- Parkinson’s disease: Coffee seems to protect men but not women against Parkinson’s disease. One possible explanation for the sex difference may be that estrogen and caffeine need the same enzymes to be metabolized, and estrogen captures those enzymes.
Instruction: Empty a small sachet into a cup, add in 150cc hot water. Stir well. Serve while hot!
Content: Creamer, Sugar, Instant Coffee, Maltodextrin and Ganoderma Lucidum Extract.