Your coffee helps to reduce your risk of Type 2 diabetes.
With our modern diets and inactivity, obesity and type 2 diabetes have become an epidemic.
But coffee helps to reduce the resistance to insulin that is the primary danger of diabetes.
In fact, multiple studies have shown that coffee drinkers are potentially 23% to 67% less likely to become diabetic than their non-coffee drinking counterparts.
A meta-study that studies 18 large studies to look for patterns showed that each cup of coffee per day was associated with a 7% reduced risk of developing type 2 diabetes!
Your morning cup of coffee can also help you to lower your risk of liver diseases.
Cirrhosis of the liver is an autoimmune disease that leads to scar tissue replacing healthy liver tissue.
Cirrhosis caused by excess alcohol consumption, and it can lead to liver failure and cancer.
But coffee drinkers have up to an 84% reduced risk of developing this harmful liver condition.
Those who drink 4 or more cups per day experience the most reduced risk.
And coffee drinkers are also benefiting from a nearly 40% reduced risk of liver cancer!