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Eleven Diseases Coffee Can Prevent

Thursday, September 12, 2013

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"The latest news? Coffee is now widely reported to reduce joint pain, especially in the wrists, hands, back, & neck."

The article also talks about the benefits of drinking coffee in relationship to several forms of cancer (skin, colon, & breast); as well as, Alzheimer's, & diabetes.


www.thedailymeal.com/11-
diseases-coffee-can-prevent



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I remember how grown up I felt when my folks allowed me to drink coffee with them for the first time. I had been a coffee drinker since that long ago day - until a couple of years back. These days it is seldom that I indulge in a "cuppa" coffee; however, I am thankful to have Taster's Choice decaf on hand - when I do have the urge for a nice hot cup of strong black coffee.

God bless!


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And a tidbit just for you:

Did you know that coffee stays fresher when the can is placed upside down in the refrigerator?


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LADYBUG1943 9/15/2013 3:32PM

    We don't drink alcohol in our family; our socializing drink is our coffee. We've moved often, and that first cup of coffee together in our new house was the equivalent of the nesting ritual that dogs and birds perform.

My daughter and husband are outstanding parents, and they have a specific age at which their children are allowed to drink coffee, and it's a rite of passage for the kids.

My belief is that these family rituals are one of the many things that bond us together. Love hearing about the health benefits. Thanks for posting.

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LOSER05 9/15/2013 8:43AM

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BECKYSFRIEND 9/14/2013 9:41PM

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KARENE10 9/14/2013 10:21AM

    Oooo.....YAY!!!!!! More reasons to drink it:) emoticon

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IMAVISION 9/13/2013 12:23PM

    emoticon to those of you who shared the idea of keeping opened cans of coffee in the freezer.

I do store unopened packages/cans in the freezer - to keep it as fresh as possible; however, I had not thought to do the same with opened cans (as I shared - those I keep upside down in the refrigerator).

God bless!

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IMAVISION 9/13/2013 12:20PM

    emoticon all for your comments concerning this blog topic. I was answering individually on Spark pages; however, that was taking too long & life on this end of the computer is calling to this gal.

I truly do appreciate the fact that y'all took time to respond.

God bless!

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SHILOBOOTH 9/13/2013 9:39AM

    There are definitely pluses for coffee :D Like anything else it's all about moderation. I have tried to stop drinking it but frankly it's my one enjoyment I have decided to not give up. I love java emoticon

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JANET552 9/13/2013 6:54AM

    I love my coffee!! Caffeine bothers me if I overindulge so I limit myself to 2 cups a day. I'm happy scientists have found coffee to be healthy. I don't want to give it up!!

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CHERYLHURT 9/13/2013 6:30AM

  I have a big cup every morning!

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CHRISTASP 9/13/2013 5:04AM

    Now can we also have a list of all the diseases coffee worsens and/or causes?

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JTREMBATH 9/13/2013 3:27AM

    I love my coffee.

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SUSANBEAMON 9/13/2013 1:39AM

  but it still tastes burned. emoticon

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LJCANNON 9/13/2013 12:47AM

    emoticon Awesome! This ALMOST makes me want to Drink More Coffee! But, I think I will stick to my 3 Large Cups A Day, then switch to Drinking Water as usual, LOL!!
emoticon Although, Technically you can't make Coffee WITHOUT Water so technically .......

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IMREITE 9/13/2013 12:38AM

    I'm not a coffee fan, but it is amazing who healthy it is if people dont add all the sugar or other things to it.

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JUDY1676 9/12/2013 11:31PM

    Very interesting! Thanks for the info!

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KICK-SS 9/12/2013 10:53PM

    One of our local coffee roasters told me to store whole coffee beans in a cool dark place, but ground coffee can be stored in the freezer. It seems that the freezer leeches the oils out of the whole coffee beans, but not after it's ground.

I've drank coffee since I was probably 10-12 years old and I'm 75 now. Granted, I didn't drink as much back then as I do now, but I don't drink as much now as I did when I was in my 30's and 40's either..

Can't imagine life without my emoticon coffee~~~~

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PHATPAT18 9/12/2013 9:03PM

    I never developed a taste for coffee, but I love the smell. emoticon

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BUSYGRANNY5 9/12/2013 8:51PM

    Yeah.. let's all drink to this!!! emoticon

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JEANNE229 9/12/2013 8:51PM

    Makes me wish I liked coffee. Tea for me.

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USMAWIFE 9/12/2013 7:44PM

    thanks I have heard about the benefits over the years. One way I was taught to store opened coffee was in the freezer

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CYND59 9/12/2013 7:42PM

    I have always stored mine it the freezer. It stays fresh longer. I actually drink decaf but i do allow myself a soy, sugar free caramel latte once a week. Yummy!

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JAE_HENNINGTON1 9/12/2013 7:42PM

  Ilove my morning joe..well really all day..thanks for the info

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VONBLACKBIRD 9/12/2013 7:21PM

    Wow maybe I should start drinking coffee!!!

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DAWNWATERWOMAN 9/12/2013 7:17PM

    Bummer because both of my doctors just took me off of caffeine. Oh well, I enjoyed reading your blog. emoticon

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ISPARKLE77 9/12/2013 7:05PM

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I am extremely happy that they keep finding reasons to drink coffee. Coffee and lattes are my two favorite drinks in the whole world. Matter of fact I am drinking a cup of Kona coffee I brewed from grounds we purchased in Hawaii this summer. Yum, yum yum!!!

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-WISPY- 9/12/2013 6:37PM

    I have been a big coffee fan all my life - love everything about it. The aroma is just blissful and I too love the coffee aisle in the supermarket. :)
Three or four years ago I had to give up caffeine, my belly was just past it - no wonder because I drank so much all my life. I am now 74. I changed to decaf and at first it was not like "coffee". However it is interesting that a few months down the track it tasted really good. I'm fine as long as I don't taste the real thing.... :)
Wonder if the decaf is as good for helping with all these health issues.
Another thing that is equally good it seems these days is coconut oil.
I use it a lot and it is wonderful for the skin and hair as well as preventing so many health issues - similar to those your mention for coffee.

I should live to be a 100% with no health problems at all. emoticon

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-BLESSINGS- 9/12/2013 6:33PM

   

Yay... I love me coffe...

thanks for the info...

wishing you a great night ~Deby

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MJLUVSANIMALS 9/12/2013 6:18PM

    My Mom said to store in freezer. Which I do, since I don't drink it all that often, anymore. But a cup does sound good right now! lol emoticon

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MERRYMARY42 9/12/2013 6:11PM

    I did not read it but will, thanks, and my doctor just last week told me to quit it or at least use decaf, well, I only drink 1 or maybe 2 cups a day, and it would sure be missed waking me up, so I will probably stay drinking it.
thanks again for the info, something is at least good for us ??? emoticon

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DESERTDREAMERS 9/12/2013 6:11PM

    Every time I think about stopping or cutting back on drinking coffee, a new study comes out about how it prevents or decreases getting X, Y, or Z emoticon

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SHOAPIE 9/12/2013 6:03PM

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GWTRIKER 9/12/2013 5:58PM

    I really love coffee and store mine in the freezer

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GRACEOMALLEY 9/12/2013 4:52PM

    I learned to drink coffee with plenty of milk - Cafe Au Lait style - and continue that to this day. Of course, now I use almond milk, but I do like the taste and aroma. Of course, I like black tea as well, with a little milk, and green tea and herbal tea. emoticon

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CJJANISS 9/12/2013 3:50PM

    emoticon love my coffee! :)

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IMAVISION 9/12/2013 2:44PM

    Hey, Bear! The aroma of freshly brewed coffee is one of my favorites, also! I even like the smell of the coffee aisle in the food store! emoticon

I can still remember early mornings at my in-laws home - coffee perking away & the smell slightly dark toast being made. Those are bittersweet memory of days gone by. BIttersweet because they are gone forever - forever lost except in the wonderful memories made at the time & taken out to enjoy in this year of 2013!

I think I will go make me a "cuppa" pressed coffee - just for the enjoyment of the comfort the actual hot drink will bring & for the memories the aroma will continue to evoke on this cool rainy day with our temperature of 64-degrees! Brrrrrr!

God bless!

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3016DEBRA 9/12/2013 2:27PM

  Didn't know that!! emoticon

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TOPSBEAR 9/12/2013 2:24PM

    Interesting!

I have never drank coffee, as I dont care for the taste of it. I have used it in some recipes though, and I dont mind it in those.

My mother was a coffee drinker. There was always a pot on. The smell of coffee perking is one of my favorite smells, especially when camping. I have been known, occassionally over the years, to take some coffee with me when camping, just for the aroma of it and the fond memories. If someone is around to drink it, even better!

The health benefits though, will have to pass me by emoticon

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