KANSAS CITY, Mo. - If you can't get out of bed in the morning without a cup of coffee, that might actually be a good thing.
A new study finds coffee may cut your risk of diabetes. According to the results published in Health Magazine, people who drink more coffee have a 67 percent lower risk of developing diabetes than non-coffee drinkers.
Coffee is also tied to lower rates of other diseases including colon cancer, Parkinson’s disease and breast cancer.
One of the biggest benefits of coffee, however, can be seen on a daily basis.
Several studies show caffeine enhances your workout.
The study shows that your muscles are replenished faster when athletes consume both carbs and caffeine following exercise.
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