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Is Caffeine Actually Good for You?

by Kaitlin Graham 15 Apr 2024

5 Health Benefits of Caffeine

We’re sure you’ve been told before that caffeine is bad for you. However, studies have shown that simply isn’t true. While you shouldn’t drink a gallon of coffee a day, the amount of caffeine you’ll consume from one or two cups of coffee a day is quite beneficial. Read on to find out 5 health benefits of caffeine. 

Woman in white top sipping coffee from a paper cup in a coffee shop with laptop

Boosts Energy Levels

Caffeine creates a phenomenon in the body that blocks the receptors that signal sleep, in turn making you more alert. 

Increases Metabolic Rate

Studies have shown that caffeine acts as a stimulant for the central nervous system. Because of this, it can increase your metabolic rate by 3-4%. An increased metabolic rate also increases the number of calories that you passively burn and reduces feelings of fatigue. 

Lowers Risk of Heart Disease

According to the American Heart Association, a bit of caffeine (along with a healthy diet) everyday has been linked to a decreased risk of coronary heart disease. 

Improves Mood and Brain Function

Caffeine releases neurotransmitters, chemicals that send messages to the brain, that promote positive emotions and cognitive function.

Suppresses Appetite

Caffeine consumption has been proven to suppress one's appetite, so it may be beneficial for those wanting to lose weight and people experiencing Type 2 diabetes.

Health professionals agree that caffeine can have positive effects on your mind and body. So your daily coffee isn’t just a placebo, it actually has some amazing health benefits. But make sure not to over consume. 1 to 3 cups of coffee a day is ideal to get the most out of your caffeine without seeing any negative outcomes. 

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