There is a constant debate about coffee. Is it good or bad for us? Does it really help achieve health benefits, slow down aging process, prevent diabetes, help reduce cancer risk, and many neurological disorders? There are many conflicting studies and two camps of thought as it relates to coffee. Confusion as to who is right or wrong remains the constant.
Regardless, America’s favorite drink is consumed daily, and for many, the debate about the benefits versus risks of coffee is conveniently brushed aside as we wait for our coffee to brew. But for many whose busy lives are also consumed with health questions as it relates to their slowed metabolism, weight gain, hormone imbalance, fatigue, and related disorders, some clarification of coffee and caffeine is in order.