9 Grounds On Which To Defend Your Morning Coffee




We've all had days we couldn't get through without our morning cup (or three) of coffee. It's become a daily ritual for many of us, despite what we may have heard about coffee's impact on our health. Today, in celebration of National Coffee Day, here are 9 grounds on which to defend your morning coffee!

1. The Cure For the Common Cold
OK, well, maybe not a cure, but coffee has been found to reduce feelings of “malaise” in people suffering from the sniffles. 

2. A Natural Alternative to Ritalin
At least one physician-run mental health treatment facility recommends coffee as an alternative treatment for Adult Attention Deficit Disorder for those who are not comfortable with psychotropic drugs. 

3. Banish the Blues
Coffee drinking has been linked to lower rates of depression, at least among women. Coffee can also be incorporated into self care and "me time" with a relaxing morning routine that leaves you ready to face the day.

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By Lauren Cahn| September 29, 2017
Categories:  Eat
Keywords:  EatFood and Drink

About the Author

Lauren Cahn

Lauren Cahn

Lauren Cahn has written extensively about yoga, health and wellness since 2004, when she earned her first yoga teaching certification from Cyndi Lee’s Om Yoga Center (NYC).

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