Coffee has more antioxidants than tea and chocolate. Normal metabolic byproducts can induce chronic illness. Antioxidants fight them.
Caffeine boosts short-term memory via altering brain memory and focus areas. It's uncertain how long the effect lasts or how it may vary.
Regular coffee use may help prevent Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia.
Moderate coffee consumers (two to four cups daily) had a 20% lower risk of heart disease than heavy, light, and nondrinkers.
Prevent type 2 diabetes
Coffee helps the body use insulin, protects insulin-producing cells, reduces tissue damage, and fights inflammation, a risk factor.
Liver likes coffee
Consuming coffee on a regular basis lowers one's chances of developing liver cancer as well as alcoholic cirrhosis.
Caffeine fights fatigue, stimulates muscle contraction, lowers pain perception, and raises fatty acids in the blood, which supports endurance.
Caffeine activates mood-regulating neurotransmitters, including dopamine and serotonin.
Coffee prevents gout
Coffee's antioxidant characteristics may reduce gout risk by lowering insulin, which lowers uric acid levels.