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The antioxidants in coffee are called 'polyphenols'. It also contains flavonoids, proanthocyanidins, stilbenes, lignins, cinnamic acids, coumarins, lignans, and benzoic acids. It has a high level of chlorogenic and caffeic acids, which are considered to be strong compounds. For many people, it can be the only source of these nutrients. Another compound like quinine, increases the body's response to insulin, thus, helping diabetics. It also has a high amount of minerals, like tocopherols and magnesium, which aid in glucose metabolism. Trigonelline, another compound, which attributes to the ever popular whiff of fragrance and the bitter taste, also has antibacterial properties, which prevent dental cavities. The good news is that by roasting the beans from which this drink is prepared, one can increase its antioxidant activity. So, if you want to do so, roast your beans for a longer period of time.
There are people who prefer to make coffee without milk. Honestly speaking, this is not a good habit and drinking coffee without milk can be detrimental to health. Although drinking coffee can have few side effects, an easy way to significantly minimize these health problems, would be to add milk to coffee.
Coffee is called qahwa or "The Wine of Prophets/Islam" in Yemen, and is thought to be the place where it was first cultivated. Historically associated with spirituality and religion, coffee houses are today seen as trendy and modern, yet deeply rooted in the Yemeni culture.
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