According to various sources around the web,
coffee contains nutrients and antioxidants
that help improve overall health.
It's all good when taken in moderation too.
It contains caffeine that can boost energy level
and improve physical performance and even aid in fat burning.
coffee drinkers have a significantly reduced risk
of developing type 2 diabetes,
a much lower risk of developing liver cirrhosis,
have a lower risk of liver cancer and colorectal cancer,
and so many other health benefits.
But all those studies don't say what type of coffee was drank.
Was the coffee brewed coffee
or the commercial brands found in groceries?
Was it taken black (no sugar, no cream),
or with milk, or sugar or cream,
or combination of any of those?
Was it hot or cold?
I have to say coffee is a health drink when taken black,
no sugar or cream or even milk added.
Just plain black and bitter coffee.
It always boosts my energy level every time I drink it black.
Drinking coffee with milk or cream or sugar or any combination
was tasty and sweet in my mouth,
but once inside my stomach,
I felt like vomiting and I didn't like it.
Also I noticed that when I drink coffee after having a full stomach,
it relieves the fullness and bloating
making me feel comfortable.
And of all the coffee I tasted,
I always favor the brewed coffee as long as nothing is added to it.
It tastes with full flavor unlike those found in groceries.
But sad to say, they are expensive.
And settling with commercial coffee,
my favorite has always been Nescafé Classic.
It's the closest to brewed for me.
And Nescafé Stick is my choice.
Each stick is good for a cup
and every time I empty its contents,
I'm assured of fresh and flavorful coffee.
I don't buy those in glass or pouch
because the flavor and aroma escapes every time I open them.
Every succeeding cups of coffee
will no longer be as fresh and flavorful as the first few ones.
And most especially the last teaspoonfuls are dull,
taste like the coffee is diluted
and already lacking much of flavor and aroma.
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