Hey good news, from the source that publishes "all the news that's fit to print."
Jane Brody in the New York Times recounts how drinking coffee has been found to have several positive health benefits, including "a reduced risk of all kinds of ailments, including Parkinson's disease, heart disease, Type 2 diabetes, gallstones, depression, suicide, cirrhosis, liver cancer, melanoma, and prostate cancer."
In her column published on June 14, 2021, Brody admits to being a coffee-pod drinker, but that doesn't stop her from appreciating the health benefits of the brew.
She clicks through several citations and notes that "in numerous studies conducted throughout the world, consuming four or five eight-ounce cups of coffee (or about 400 milligrams of caffeine) a day has been associated with reduced death rates."
Be sure to click through to read all about the studies she discovered, and her links back to the original research.
And be sure to get your favorite Humblemaker whole bean roast delivered to your home or office (once you're back) to start reaping the benefits.