By Bill M. Murray, CAE, NCA, CEO
The latest coffee and health news continues to be overwhelmingly positive for coffee drinkers.
On June 15, the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) concluded that it can no longer classify coffee as a “possible carcinogen.” In fact, coffee may have protective powers against liver and endometrial cancer (see the full NCA news release).
This announcement marked the first time IARC reversed a food or beverage classification, adding to the growing body of good news about coffee, on topics such as:
We’ve compiled some of this research on Coffee and Me, where you can find links to relevant independent studies and reports.
What Are Very Hot Beverages?
When the WHO released its coffee finding, it also classified “very hot” beverages as a “probable” cause of cancer. Coffee drinkers should understand that the evidence on which this classification was based did not include even a single study of coffee drinkers.
This post originally appeared on Inc.
By Peter Economy
No, I am not a paid representative of the coffee industry. But I am a lifelong fan of this black, piping hot, synapse-stimulating beverage. I can remember as a young lad my parents suggesting that I dip my toast in their coffee for a mildly stimulating treat. That was just a taste of my own personal coffee journey to come.
Truth be told, there’s been a lot of scientific research on this ubiquitous liquid, and most of the news has been good. In fact, the evidence is increasingly pointing to the fact that coffee is actually really good for you – and in ways that go far beyond just keeping you awake during one more long staff meeting!
Consider these 7 reasons why you just might want to make coffee a part of your daily diet. Continue reading
Read the full article at Medical Daily
By Tommy Hawkins
85% of Americans drink three cups of coffee daily. Now there are even more reasons to enjoy another cup.
Here are 4 potential health benefits of coffee that may surprise you, based on the latest scientific research.
This video originally appeared on the Colombian Coffee Hub
Sophie Killer, Ph.D in Exercise Metabolism & Performance Nutrition, addresses this common caffeine myth.