Its good for you!
Main findings of a scientific journal article looking at health benefits of coffee found that coffee intake could be good for you, it was associated with decreased mortality from cardiovascular and neurological diseases, diabetes type II, as well as from endometrial and liver cancer.
From the 2017 research paper it was found that:
– Consumption has an immunomodulatory action and is postulated to induce an anti-inflammatory state.
– Consumption may exert a protective role against multiple sclerosis, primary sclerosing cholangitis, and ulcerative colitis.
– MS patients could benefit from coffee consumption due to its role in mitigating disease progression.
– Hashimoto’s disease patient on levothyroxine supplementation therapy should avoid concomitant coffee consumption due to the possible impact on drug absorption.
– It might be advantageous for RA patients treated with methotrexate to avoid coffee consumption because of its postulated impact on drug efficacy.
– Celiac patients who have clinical symptoms albeit adhering to a gluten-free diet may improve after replacing their coffee preparations with blends characterized by lower reactivity with anti-gliadin peptide, for example espresso. [i.e. Real coffee not instant products]