5 Amazing Health-Boosting Properties of Coffee

Along with its robust flavor and pick-me-up qualities, coffee has a number of health perks that are far more beneficial to the body than taste bud titillation and a pep to one’s step.

Coffee has been medically and scientifically proven to be a healthy beverage in more ways than one. The time has come to raise your glass (or mug) to a piping hot, fresh brewed, cuppa Joe. Now every time you sit back to savor a sip of Tayst coffee, you’ll know you’re doing your body good.

Here are 5 of the more profound health findings about the advantages of drinking coffee regularly. Starting your morning with a cup of coffee is a kick-off towards a day packed with good health.

Heart Health

As much as you love coffee, coffee loves your heart right back. As per Medical News Today, researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) and Harvard School of Public Health found that coffee consumed in moderation (two to three 8-oz. servings/day) protects against heart failure. Those who drank this amount per day had an 11% lower risk of heart failure than people who didn’t drink coffee.

Those who drink two to three 8oz cups of coffee per day have an 11% lower risk of heart failure than people who don't drink coffee. 


And WebMD adds that coffee may counter important factors that can lead to a heart attack such as an abnormal heart rhythm. While too much caffeine can cause an irregularity in heartbeats, the recommended moderate portion keeps your ticker on track and your health in check. A heart-warming reason to drink up. Have you seen the great varieties offered from Tayst? Make your heart-boosting brew as delicious as can be.



Mental Management

There’s no current cure for Alzheimer’s disease, but as per the National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine, drinking 3-5 cups of coffee per day during one’s middle age is associated with a decreased risk of Alzheimer’s as well as dementia later in life… by about 65%! Along with this finding, caffeine has been shown to impact brain function by improving memory, mood, reaction time, and cognitive function, according to Authority Nutrition. Caffeine’s stimulating properties also help with alertness, attention, and concentration, as per Coffee and Health. Think of each rich sip of your java as a mental massage. Let the cream rise to the top as you stay on top of your game!

Farewell, Fat

According to Authority Nutrition, coffee can help break down fat thanks to the stimulants in caffeine that head to the nervous system. Additionally, caffeine increases levels of epinephrine in the blood, which signals fat cells to mobilize fatty acids to break down and leave the body. This increase can be up to 29%. Studies have been reported that caffeine can take the metabolic rate up by 3-11% - one of the few natural ways to do so when ingested via a cup of coffee. Of course, this goes for black coffee. Once you pour in too much heavy cream and sugar, you’ll negate the benefits. What else tastes so delicious and actually helps you lose the extra bulge?

Liver Longevity

Liver cancer is the 9th leading cause of cancer deaths in the U.S. as per The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But you can do your part in keeping your liver living long with the aid of health-boosting coffee. Medical News Today has reported that researchers from Italy have discovered that coffee drinkers reduce their risk of getting cancer of the liver by nearly 40%. Go for 3 cups per day and boost that number to 50%! WebMD adds that coffee drinking protects against cirrhosis of the liver too. When it comes to a drink that’s looking out for your internal well-being, coffee ain’t no chopped liver!

Parkinson’s Prevention

One in 100 people will be diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease after they turn 60, as per the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. This degenerative neurological disorder causes tremors, stiffness, and loss of balance, and gets worse over time due to nerve cell damage in the brain. Drinking coffee can help lower the chance of getting Parkinson’s. As per WebMD, a study found that men who do not drink coffee are 2 to 3 times as likely to get Parkinson’s as those who drink, thanks to the caffeine in the beverage. And as per The American Academy of Neurology, for those already living with the disease, coffee drinking helped with movement problems associated with Parkinson’s. While there’s no cure for this disease currently, it’s good to know that doing something as simple as drinking coffee each day can help prevent Parkinson’s or help folks handle the disease a little more easily. Stay on top of your health with a monthly subscription of coffee delivered straight to your door so you never forget to drink to good health.


So there you have it. Five amazing perks of coffee on good health. And these aren’t the only ones. Stay tuned to Tayst for more health-boosting benefits of your favorite beverage!