14 Reasons to Drink Coffee Everyday

16452942_sAntioxidants. While fruits and vegetables also have a ton of antioxidants, the human body absorbs the most from coffee.

Less Stress. Researchers at the Seoul National University examined the brains of rats who were stressed with sleep deprivation and found that those who were exposed to coffee aromas experienced changes in brain proteins tied to that stress.

Lessen the Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease. ScienceDaily reported in 2012 that drinking coffee may help people with Parkinson’s disease control their movement.

Good for Your Liver. A study published in 2006 showed that those who drink at least one cup of coffee a day were 20% less to develop liver cirrhosis.

Loose Weight. Several studies show that caffeine can boost the metabolic rate by 3-11%.

Feel Happier. A study done by the National Institute of Health found that those who drink four or more cups of coffee were about 10% less likely to be depressed than non-coffee drinkers.

Reduce the Risk of Skin Cancer. Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School found that women who drank three or more cups of coffee a day are much less likely to develop skin cancer than those who don’t.

Pain Reduction. Norwegian researchers found that those who consumed coffee only declared a pain-intensity level of 41, whereas participants who didn’t drink any coffee reported having a score of 55.

Lower Risk of Stroke. Evidence suggests women who drink coffee have a reduced risk of heart disease and some studies also show that coffee drinkers have a 20% lower risk of stroke.

Athletic Benefits. Caffeine increases the number of fatty acids in the bloodstream, which allows athletes’ muscles to absorb and burn those fats for fuel.

Reduce Risk of Type 2 Diabetes. Researchers found that people who drink four or more cups of coffee a day reduce their chances of developing Type 2 diabetes by 50%.

Keep Your Brain Healthier. Researchers from the University of South Florida and the University of Miami found that people older than 65 who had higher blood levels caffeine developed Alzheimer’s disease two or four years later than others with lower caffeine.

Make You Smarter. Many controlled trials in humans show that coffee improves various aspects of brain function, including memory, mood, vigilance, energy levels, reaction times and general cognitive function.

Live Longer. Drinking coffee has been associated with a 20% lower risk of death in men and a 26% lower risk of death in women.