Mari Holzer. coffee tables. December 04th , 2016.
It is a well-known fact that caffeine is the most widely consumed drug all around the world. If you are a coffee addict and are thinking of switching to decaffeinated coffee, it won't be of much help. Apart from caffeine, there are a significant number of chemical compounds found in coffee, which have stronger effects on the body. Caffeol, diptenes, and chlorogenic acid, are a few of the common active compounds present in coffee.
Caffeine is the main component of coffee. The average caffeine content varies as per the coffee type, and is as follows:
Of course, black coffee can be a little bit hard to drink by itself, given how terribly bitter it is. So while you get used to it, it is a good idea to add a little sugar to it, in order to dilute its taste. 2 cubes of granulated sugar will add about 19 calories to the preexisting 2, bringing up the total to 21. The 2 cubes of sugar add about 5 g of carbohydrates to your cup, which isn't bad either. You can gradually reduce the amount of sugar in the coffee, and when you are comfortable, stop adding it completely. This way, you can cut down on those extra 19 calories and make your drink just that much low-cal!
The blood levels in a growth factor commonly known as Granulocyte Colony Stimulating Factor (GCSF), are low in Alzheimer's patients as compared to others. Caffeine increases the blood levels in this growth factor, helping ward off Alzheimer's. The anti-Inflammatory compounds and the antioxidants present in coffee also help in the prevention of Alzheimer's. Another research conducted on humans, showed that those who had developed Alzheimer's, had consumed a lot less caffeine in the past two decades of their lives, than those who had not.
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