Date: 2020-06-10 15:30:03
We have already talked about the benefits of coffee on our channel, also why you shouldn’t add sugar to your coffee, why not add milk or drink it black, and even listed some natural alternatives for coffee for those who want to leave caffeine behind.
But today’s video will show you the healthiest way of drinking coffee, according to science. Do you know how?
According to researchers, drinking coffee can bring benefits to our health, but only if done in a certain way.
But, before starting the video, we would like to know: do you like coffee?
From espresso to cappuccino, there are hundreds of different ways of brewing and drinking coffee.
And, in the last few years, we have more and more methods of roasting and brewing coffee: filter, press, infusion, induction.
Have you ever heard these terms? Stay tuned, we might teach you the advantages of each method in the future.
Did you know that almost the whole world has the habit of drinking coffee?
However, the regular consumption of coffee can affect our health, if not done correctly.
According to a study published at the scientific magazine European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, different methods of brewing coffee were studied and it was found the best way of drinking it.
After following for 20 years the effects and habits of coffee consumption in more than half a million people in Norway, the researchers found out that moderate consumption of coffee using this brewing method offers a lesser risk of cardiovascular mortality. Did you know that?
Besides that, the lowest mortality rate was found in people who drank one to four cups of coffee a day (small cups, like the ones used for espressos).
Tell us, what is your favorite method for brewing coffee?
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