According to a study done by The Journal of Pain, two cups of coffee can cut post-workout muscle pain by up to 48%.
One cup of freshly brewed coffee can bring you up to 1.8 grams of the 20-38 grams you’re recommended per day.
According to the Archives of Internal Medicine, those who consumed 6 or more cups per day had a 22% lower risk of diabetes.
One study done by the Harvard School of Public Health found that women who consumed 4 or more cups of coffee per day were 20% less likely to suffer from depression.
A study showed that even consuming coffee in moderate amounts can reduce the odds of developing colorectal cancer by 26%.
A study of over 50,000 men found that the risk for developing gout (in men) decreases with increased coffee consumption.
A study conducted by researchers at USC Norris Comprehensive Cancer Centre found that those that consume 1-3 cups of coffee a day have a 29% reduced risk of developing liver cancer.
A study in Brazil found that strong black coffee can kill the bacteria that promote tooth decay.
Controlled studies have found that coffee improves memory, mood, vigilance, energy levels, reaction times and general mental function.
Several studies have shown that caffeine can increase your metabolic rate by 3-11%.
A single cup of black coffee contains vitamin B2, vitamin B5, Manganese and potassium, Magnesium and niacin (vitamin B3).
Studies have shown that people who regularly consume coffee have a significantly lower risk of getting Parkinson’s disease.