By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
September 26, 2016
- Is coffee really good for your heart?
- Why some people should drink more coffee… and others shouldn’t
- What to do if you’re a java-junkie
These days, most of the news about coffee is great. Some of the touted health benefits may even make coffee teetotalers want to turn into coffee connoisseurs.
One day you’ll read an article proclaiming coffee’s ability to cut your risk of diabetes, protect your heart or slash your chances of getting cancer. The next you’ll hear that it helps ward off dementia, Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s.
If you’re a coffee drinker, this news makes you feel great… until one of those negative headlines come out saying that coffee consumption is linked to heart attacks, reduces insulin sensitivity and makes your bones weak.
These inconsistencies can leave your head spinning. Continue reading