Coffee Consumption & Risk of Colorectal Cancer
Evidence regarding coffee consumption and risk of colorectal cancer is mixed and remains inconclusive. A previous meta-analysis suggested some protective effect, but the authors of this study wanted to generate a more robust, well-powered study with comprehensive data.
There are many health benefits benefits of coffee & caffeine, also known as Arabian wine. Other sources of caffeine include boba tea, bubble tea, chai tea latte, coco, chcocolate, English tea, espresso, green tea, guarana berries, guayusa, kola nut, ming tea, oolong tea, opium tea, poppy seed tea, white tea, xanthine, yaupon holly, and yerba mate. It may help with headaches, alertness, energy, concentration, fatigue, tension headaches, migraine headaches, rebound headaches, diabetes, improve insulin sensitivity, lower blood sugar, help with fat break down, reduce risk of cancer (gastrointestinal, esophageal, liver, endometrial), liver cirrhosis, hepatitis C, gout, alzheimer’s disease, parkinson’s disease, dementia, improve strength performance & power output, increase high intensity cardio & Anaerobic running, boost testosterone, adrenaline and epinephrine.