Drinking Coffee Might Cut Mens Gallstone Risk

The study conducted of 46,000 men aged 45 to 75 with no history of gallstone disease, men who often consumed coffee had less risk of gallstone disease during 10 years of summarize compared with men who did not drink coffee on a regular basis.

Men who drank three to four cups of regular coffee on a daily basis had a 40% reduced risk of developing gallstone disease than non-coffee drinkers, and those who drank more than four cups had a 45% lower risk. No such effect was seen with consumption of tea, decaffeinated coffee, or low-calorie soft drinks, the study stated.

What Coffee Can Do?

*Improves psychological performance.
*Boost up your physical energy.
*Elevates and progress your mood.

How It Works

Researchers at MIT found that "caffeine is a mind-speed up mood booster."
It increases rational performance.
*Caffeine excites reaction time, attention span, attentiveness and insight with numbers.
*As little as 32 mg of caffeine as much as in a single serve of cola or a 5-ounce cup of tea could give you an actual mental and energy boost.
*Caffeine moves to your brain fast, with 20 to 30 minutes and remains up to 6 hours.


*Caffeine also improves substantial endurance. Studies show that cyclists pedaled 8% harder and lasted in competition 25% longer than after taking caffeine.


Drink your caffeine before your mealtime for a superior energy boost and fatigue beater effect.

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