According to a study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, coffee is bursting with antioxidants that protect the body from oxidative stress, exposure to pollutants, chemicals, ultraviolet (UV) radiation, eating poorly prepared food, and alcohol. Having coffee every day may be good for your health in the following ways:
Protector of the liver
Coffee consumption has been shown to have a number of health benefits, such as lowering the risk of death from liver cirrhosis and harmful liver enzyme levels, and limiting liver scarring in people with hepatitis C.
Minimize the risk of cancer
In 23 out of 100 women, colon cancer occurs. Decaf or regular coffee drinkers, however, were found to have a 26% lower risk of colorectal cancer.
Combating Type 2 diabetes
According to the study, drinking more coffee reduces your risk of type 2 diabetes compared to drinking less. The authors found no difference in risk between caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee, with risk decreasing with each dose of increased consumption.
Lower body fat & ensure proper weight
By supporting gut health and changing fat storage, which is all related to weight management, caffeine may also promote a healthy weight, lowering the risk of certain conditions linked to overweight like heart problems.
Raise energy level
Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant found in coffee. It increases levels of other neurotransmitters in your brain that control your energy levels. This is because it blocks the receptors for a neurotransmitter called adenosine, which makes you more alert and energetic.