Help fight systemic inflammation in adults
Inflammation or inflammation is one of the main response of the immune system against infections and irritations. Recent studies have found another reason why coffee is good for your health. In a study published in the Journal Nature Medicine, the researchers found that caffeine can help combat the systemic inflammation in adults.
This discovery may explain why coffee drinkers tend to be more longevity than those who don't.
How can that be?
Senior author of the study, David Furman of Stanford Institute, together with his associates discovered that a natural process that occurs in the adult genes can trigger higher levels of inflammation (read also: how to make French press coffee ). In addition, the study also revealed that most likely this inflammation can trigger cardiovascular disease.
In this study, the researchers tested the levels of inflammation in the blood samples of 100 young adults (20-30 years) and older (60-89) who participated in the health survey haul post. As a result, blood samples from old participants reported consuming caffeine-containing drinks per day had lower levels of inflammatory. Not only that, individuals who consume more than five cups of caffeinated beverages per day also tend to have very low levels of inflammatory.
"Our Discovery suggests that inflammatory processes associated with aging base, not just trigger cardiovascular disease, but it also triggered by molecular events that may be we are targeting and perangi," said one of the authors, Mark Davis.
In other words, inflammation occurs at the cellular level, and caffeine may be one way to decrease it. It also potentially gives the difference in the health of the individual: the old participants with low levels of inflammatory have fewer arteries are stiff — indicators for cardiovascular disease.
"The relationship between caffeine consumption with low inflammatory conditions is proportional, so more caffeinated beverages consumed, the lower the inflamasinya condition," said Furman.
Lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
A study again revealed, that the habit of drinking coffee may lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
The research was done by measuring the consumption of coffee against 1,300 adults in Athens. The researchers also took blood samples to measure oxidative stress and inflammation.
Ten years later, researchers follow up respondents and found 13 percent of men and 12 percent of women suffer from diabetes. They are the respondents who do not regularly drink coffee.
Research shows that regular people, drinking coffee, 54 percent smaller risk of developing type 2 diabetes, even though there is a family history though. They said the usual coffee, namely if drinking more than 1.5 cups of coffee per day.
The researchers believe the benefit is obtained because the coffee beans contain antioxidants that can reduce inflammation. From blood samples of respondents research shows, their usual lower coffee experience inflammatory or inflammation.
"The antioxidant Content of coffee may be helpful, but further research is still needed," said lead researcher Demosthenes Panagiotakos Harokopio University of B in Athens, Greece as quoted from Reuters.
Previously, research in 2012 found that people who drank four or more cups of coffee per day, 50 percent lower risk of developing diabetes.
Some of the benefits of coffee:
For a woman, taking coffee in the morning lowers the risk of depression. A study led by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health found that the risk of depression, a 20% lower in female coffee drinkers.
Coffee aroma could awaken us from sleep. The results of a study by researchers from Seoul National University in 2008 and then have prove it.
Can overcome erectile dysfunction. If you are a man coffee drinkers equivalent 2-3 cups per day, there's good news for you. Men who drink coffee between 85 – 170 mg of caffeine per day, 42 percent lower affected by erectile dysfunction.
Coffee lowers the risk of alzheimer's disease. People who drink 3-5 cups of coffee a day had a risk of alzheimer's is smaller than the 20 percent who do not, so research results 2014 Alzheimer Europe Annual Congress.
Stamina Enhancer as coffee. "Studies show, that the caffeine in coffee can increase physical endurance and stamina," said Molly Kimball, a diet expert at New Orleans, to Shape.com.