Coffee It is one of the drinks we consume sometimes to wake up in the morning, sometimes to wake up during the day, and sometimes to accompany a slice of delicious chocolate cake. When we look at the history of coffee, we see that it was first discovered by an Ethiopian farmer, according to a rumor. It is said that the goats in this farmer’s herd started dancing after eating the coffee beans. Therefore, the energy given by coffee was discovered in this way. Regular coffee consumption allows us to take precautions in many areas from heart diseases to sugar.
When you wake up from sleep, the hormone cortisol, the hormone that will keep the body vigorous and awake, is secreted by your body from time to time according to your daily rhythm. Instead of drinking coffee as soon as you wake up in the morning to sober up, you can benefit from the natural effect of cortisol for a while and then drink coffee to experience this feeling of vigor for a longer time. The high amount of antioxidants in coffee increases the functions of blood vessels, prevents inflammation and bad cholesterol.
Regular coffee consumption reduces the damage to nerve tissue by 50%, which reduces the risk of developing Parkinson’s disease. It has been shown that coffee drinkers have a 65% lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease in later life than non-drinkers. The effect of caffeine in coffee is very fast. It shows its effect within 10-15 minutes of taking the first sip. Regular coffee consumption reduces the uric acid level in the body, thus reducing the risk of gout disease. it increases urine production, but also prevents the production of bile and kidney stones.
Some studies have shown that coffee prevents type 2 diabetes. It is seen that the antioxidants, minerals and caffeine in the content of coffee balance glucose metabolism and Insulin sensitivity.
If you drink a cup of coffee about an hour before a strenuous exercise program, the pain you will feel while exercising will decrease. The reason is that the caffeine in coffee blocks the chemical adenosine, which activates the bitter receptors in the cells. Some studies have shown that coffee increases metabolism rate from 3% to 11%. Intense coffee consumption in children is harmful. However, a small amount of coffee that they can consume with milk in the morning will keep their minds more awake.