A new research finding suggests that Coffee is much better choice than a painkiller to tackle a bad headache. Since ancient times it has been used as a stimulant enlargement in times of fatigue and drowsiness, and as relief from digestive disorders. Coffee affects our body in many different ways: antioxidant, diuretic, digestive, thermogenic, anti-tumor and anti-depressant.
The considerable quantity of antioxidants present in coffee is able to make to our multiple benefits to our metabolism. The abundance of chlorogenic acids present in caffeine is a natural source of antioxidants that can substantially lower the risk of developing prostate cancer.
The extraordinary power vasoconstrictor and its analgesic effect that caffeine can have on our cardiovascular system and brain is huge. The coffee performs an action that may be in effect defined pharmacological, so much so that caffeine appears to be widely employed in the realization of various analgesic drugs and pain killers.
The presence of natural alkaloids such as theobromine, asparagine promotes diuresis, contrasting the water retention of the fabrics and is useful in conditions of slimming therapies.
Even under circumstances of heavy stomach the coffee is excellent for stimulating the production of saliva and gastric juices, improving digestion and the nagging sense of nausea that results. Worthy of note are the exciting and thermogenic effects that caffeine has on our physical: his ability to burn energy qualification coffee as an excellent metabolic activator, suitable for burning fat.