2. Drinking Black Coffee May Reduce Dental Cavities
This one is kind of a no brainer when you think about it. For years, dentists have nagged us about the perilous risks associated with the intake of too much sugar. It only makes sense that dental authorities are crowing over the merits of black coffee. Sugar and cream can contribute mightily to tooth decay if not safely brushed away in time.
So, if you’re in a penitential mood or simply can’t do without your java even on the day of your dreaded visit to the dentist’s chair, drink a cup of black coffee. Your suffering may well furnish you with a clean bill of dental health.
1. Drinking Coffee May Significantly Increase Your Life Expectancy
We’ve saved the best one for last. Drinking a few cups of coffee per day may just increase your overall life expectancy! Especially if you’re a woman, i.e, a member of the gender that just happens to live longer than men on average, anyhow. Yet another recent study showed that women who regularly drank a few cups of coffee per day had less overall risk of catching their death from the likes of cancer, liver failure, and heart disease.