Drinking three cups a day increased treatment success by 80 percent and reduced side-effects by more than 80 percent for people living with hepatitis C and HIV.
Drinking two cups of coffee a day lowers your risk of developing liver cirrhosis by 44 percent.
One cup revs your metabolism, increases your energy by 16 percent, and makes you more productive.
Coffee can increase fat burning, raise adrenaline levels, and lead to significant improvements in physical performance.
Coffee improves various aspects of brain function. This includes memory, mood, vigilance, energy levels, reaction times and general cognitive function.
Most people get more antioxidants from coffee than both fruits and vegetables — combined.
Coffee may help you stave off diseases like diabetes, Parkinson’s, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Those who drank 4 or more cups per day were 53 percent less likely to commit suicide.
Women who drank 4 or more cups per day had a 20 percent lower risk of becoming depressed.
Drinking coffee was associated with a 20 percent lower risk of death in men and a 26 percent lower risk of death in women, over a period of 18-24 years.