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Great for the liver! Coffee drinkers have a much lower risk of chronic diseases of liver aka liver cirrhosis. Review three associated studies which prove the beneficial impact of coffee of liver : Study 1; Study 2; Study 3

Caffeine can boost metabolic rate by 3–11% as evidenced by studies published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

According to a study led by Harvard School of Public Health & published in American Diabetes Association, covering over 1M participants and a span of 20 years, coffee drinkers have a much lower risk of developing Type 2 diabetes compared with non coffee drinkers.

As per studies published by European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Annals of Neurology & University of Lisbon Portugal, coffee consumption reduces the risk of Parkinson's disease.

In the CAIDE (Cardiovascular Risk Factors, Aging and Dementia) study, drinking 3-5 cups of coffee a day at midlife (mean age 50 years) was associated with a significantly decreased risk of Alzheimer’s disease later in life compared with low coffee drinkers after 21 years of follow-up, as evidenced by study published in the Journal of Alzheimers Disease.

Coffee drinkers have a much lower risk of liver cirrhosis as can be referenced from the following studies conducted by Harvard School of Public Health

Several studies show that caffeine can boost your metabolic rate by 3–11% (5,6). Other studies indicate that caffeine can specifically increase fat burning by as much as 10% in obese individuals and 29% in lean people (7).

Although ingestion of caffeine can increase blood sugar in the short-term, long-term studies have shown that habitual coffee drinkers have a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes compared with non-drinkers. The polyphenols and minerals such as magnesium in coffee may improve the effectiveness of insulin and glucose metabolism in the body.

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is mainly caused by low dopamine levels. There is consistent evidence from epidemiologic studies that higher consumption of caffeine is associated with lower risk of developing PD. The caffeine in coffee has been found in animal and cell studies to protect cells in the brain that produce dopamine.

  • A systematic review of 26 studies including cohort and case-control studies found a 25% lower risk of developing PD with higher intakes of caffeinated coffee. It also found a 24% decreased risk with every 300 mg increase in caffeine intake. [18]
  • A Finnish cohort study tracked coffee consumption and PD development in 6,710 men and women over 22 years. In that time, after adjusting for known risks of PD, those who drank at least 10 cups of coffee a day had a significantly lower risk of developing the disease than non-drinkers. [19]
  • A large cohort of men and women were followed for 10 and 16 years, respectively, to study caffeine and coffee intake on PD. The results showed an association in men drinking the most caffeine (6 or more cups of coffee daily) and a 58% lower risk of PD compared with men drinking no coffee. Women showed the lowest risk when drinking moderate intakes of 1-3 cups coffee daily. [20]

Drinking 3-5 cups of coffee a day at midlife (mean age 50 years) was associated with a significantly decreased risk of Alzheimer’s disease later in life compared with low coffee drinkers after 21 years of follow-up. [23]

The evidence for the effectiveness of ginger as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory agent, antinausea compound, and anticancer agent as well as the protective effect of ginger against other disease conditions are reviewed and can be read in Herbal Medicine : Biomolecular & Clinical Aspects 2nd Edition .

As per articles published in National Product Communication in July 2014 , Gingerol is the major bio active component of ginger and is known to exhibit a variety of biological activities including anticancer, anti-inflammation, and anti-oxidation.

In a 2015 study of 41 participants with type 2 diabetes, ginger was shown to have powerful antidiabetic properties. It also showed improvement in major risk factors associated with heart disease.

A 2019 literature review also concluded that ginger significantly reduced HbA1c in people with type 2 diabetes

Published studies prove that because of gingers ability to Inhibit growth and modulate secretion of angiogenic factors in ovarian cancer cells, ginger may have potential in the treatment and prevention of ovarian cancer.

The anticancer potential of ginger is well documented and its functional ingredients like gingerols, shogaol, and paradols are the valuable ingredients which may prevent various cancers as per another study published in International Journal of Preventative Medicine .

Coffee drinkers have a much lower risk of liver cirrhosis as can be referenced from the following studies conducted by Harvard School of Public Health

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16772246/
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11897178/
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11557177/

Several studies show that caffeine can boost your metabolic rate by 3–11% (5,6). Other studies indicate that caffeine can specifically increase fat burning by as much as 10% in obese individuals and 29% in lean people (7).

Although ingestion of caffeine can increase blood sugar in the short-term, long-term studies have shown that habitual coffee drinkers have a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes compared with non-drinkers. The polyphenols and minerals such as magnesium in coffee may improve the effectiveness of insulin and glucose metabolism in the body.

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is mainly caused by low dopamine levels. There is consistent evidence from epidemiologic studies that higher consumption of caffeine is associated with lower risk of developing PD. The caffeine in coffee has been found in animal and cell studies to protect cells in the brain that produce dopamine.

  • A systematic review of 26 studies including cohort and case-control studies found a 25% lower risk of developing PD with higher intakes of caffeinated coffee. It also found a 24% decreased risk with every 300 mg increase in caffeine intake. [18]
  • A Finnish cohort study tracked coffee consumption and PD development in 6,710 men and women over 22 years. In that time, after adjusting for known risks of PD, those who drank at least 10 cups of coffee a day had a significantly lower risk of developing the disease than non-drinkers. [19]
  • A large cohort of men and women were followed for 10 and 16 years, respectively, to study caffeine and coffee intake on PD. The results showed an association in men drinking the most caffeine (6 or more cups of coffee daily) and a 58% lower risk of PD compared with men drinking no coffee. Women showed the lowest risk when drinking moderate intakes of 1-3 cups coffee daily. [20]

Drinking 3-5 cups of coffee a day at midlife (mean age 50 years) was associated with a significantly decreased risk of Alzheimer’s disease later in life compared with low coffee drinkers after 21 years of follow-up. [23]

Inflammation is known to be the culprit behind major chronic diseases and degenerative conditions such as Cancer, Alzheimer's, diabetes, high cholesterol & heart diseases. Controlling inflammation can be an important part in preventing and treating these diseases. Numerous studies have proven curcumin, the active bio compound present in turmeric, as an anti-inflammatory compound.

Ayurveda talks about turmeric's ability to support and promote healthy digestion , imperative for maintaining immunity and good health. Clinical trials have proven its effectiveness in treatment for digestive diseases including IBS.

In a randomized study of 72 patients with Type 2 diabetes , Curcumin, the active bio compound found in turmeric was found to be as effective as Atorvastatin (a drug used to lower bad cholesterol & increase good cholesterol) for improving cholesterol.

Studies have shown that curcumin is a potent neuroprotective agent, protecting against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson.
Another testament to its neuroprotective properties would be the fact that Alzheimer's disease rates in India are reportedly among the world's lowest.
A randomized controlled trial has proven Curcumin to be as effective as Prozac in alleviating symptoms of depression

Inflammation is known to be the culprit behind major chronic diseases and degenerative conditions such as Cancer, Alzheimer's, diabetes, high cholesterol & heart diseases. Controlling inflammation can be an important part in preventing and treating these diseases. Numerous studies have proven curcumin, the active bio compound present in turmeric, as an anti-inflammatory compound.

With its strong anti-inflammatory properties, turmeric is a great pain reliever : studies have proven it to be as effective as ibuprofen in reducing pain and improving function in patients with knee osteoarthritis & nin alleviating symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.

As per study published in the American Journal of Cardiology, the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of Curcuminoids, the natural polyphenol compounds derived from turmeric, showed a 65% decreased risk of experiencing a heart attack in the hospital who were undergoing a coronary artery bypass surgery. It has proven anticoagulant properties making it great for overall heart health.

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