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Research Papers on the Effects of Coffee

Losing weight requires gaining control of the appetite. Studies show caffeine intake can increase the appetite and trigger stress hormones that thwart weight loss goals.
Studies show caffeine can raise blood pressure, cause irregular heart beats, and increase cholesterol and homocysteine. Coffee drinking increases the risk of heart attack.
Caffeine affects the HPA axis by stimulating cortisol production at the expense of DHEA. Chronically elevated stress hormones contribute to accelerated aging.
Studies show that coffee, regular or decaffeinated, aggravates bladder conditions due to its high levels of acidity which irritates the bladder and urinary tract.
Women share unique physiological processes and lifecycle transitions related to their hormonal systems and physical bodies. Women suffer from many of the same diseases as men, and some conditions, like cardiovascular...
None of us can escape the influence of stress in our lives, nor would we choose to eliminate stress entirely. The feelings of arousal experienced while under stress can be energizing and motivating in the short-term....
Diabetes, particularly Type 2, is a growing health concern. Statistics reveal approximately 18.2 million Americans have diabetes, although only 13 million are currently diagnosed. Rates of diabetes prevalence are rising:...
More than 95 million Americans suffer from digestive problems of the upper GI tract including acid reflux or acid indigestion (heartburn), GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) and ulcers. Hyperacidity in the stomach and...
The prevalence today of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and inflammatory bowel diseases such as Crohns disease and ulcerative colitis among the adult population is linked to causative factors from b
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Research Papers on the Effects of Coffee

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