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9 Reasons To Drink Coffee

It helps you shed pounds.
People who drank more metabolism-fighting caffeine gained less weight over 12 years than those who cut back on coffee, say researches at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston.

It powers your workouts.
Downing coffee and toast between back-to-back workouts can keep you humming, a study from the Journal of Applied Physiology reports. It can increase glycogen (the energy reserve) in muscles 66%. Do you run on caffeine?

It helps you wake up refreshed.
Drinking a cup immediately before taking a 15-30 minute catnap can leave you alert and rested after waking up. Caffeine takes a half hour to kick in, so it will rouse you after a snooze.

It can ward off illness.
Increasing your coffee intake may prevent liver cancer, the National Institute of Environmental Medicine in Stockholm, Sweden, finds. Two cups daily lower a person’s risk by 43%. In another study from University of Minnesota at Minneapolis, women who drank coffee had a 24% lower risk of dying from heart disease and other inflammatory conditions. Antioxidants in coffee are likely behind the protective benefits.

It can ease muscle cramps.
Scientists speculate caffeine may block the body’s receptors for the ouch-causing chemical adenosine.

It makes cardio feel like a cinch.
Women given the equivalent of two cups of coffee an hour before cycling reported 40% less pain than those who went decaf, according to a study from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Caffeine seems to block neurotransmitters that signal discomfort during exercise.

It helps you get what you want.
Dealing with a difficult person? Broach a tough topic over a cup of joe. Caffeine may make people more open to persuasion, the European Journal of Social Psychology notes. Researchers say it hones cognitive function, causing skeptics to be more receptive to a convincing case.

It may fight breast cancer.
Young women drinking four or more cups of caffeinated coffee daily reduced their breast cancer risk by 40% compared with nondrinkers, a study of the Journal of Nutrition finds. The caffeine and polyphenols in regular coffee protect against cancer.

It improves recall!
Caffeine perks up short-term memory, a study from the Medical University of Innsbruck in Austria reveals. One cup of coffee may be all it takes; drink it before a big meeting to be your sharpest.