Most of us rely on coffee to wake up in the morning as well as to enhance our energy during the day but get to Greece and say we cant drink Greek coffee?

But maybe we should

If Greek coffee is not a fixed part of your everyday life, you will probably change your mind by reading the five benefits it can offer you.

The benefits of Greek coffee are directly linked to the fact that as unfiltered coffee it has a higher concentration of caffeine.

1. It can enhance your performance.  Caffeine is a natural stimulant that can enhance sporting and spiritual performance. Greek coffee provides a very concentrated dose of caffeine that can be particularly beneficial for athletes. A study in 20 athletes found that participants who consumed Greek coffee had significant benefits in their performance – including reaction time and energy levels – compared to those who drank caffeine-free coffee.

2. It has antioxidant properties. Since it is unfit, Greek coffee contains higher levels of beneficial compounds found in other types of coffee. Coffee beans contain beneficial chemicals such as chlorogenic acids, which are antioxidant polyphenols that provide health benefits. For example, chlorogenic acids have been shown to improve inflammation, blood sugar, cholesterol levels and high blood pressure. A study showed that coffee made using finely ground coffee beans contained higher amounts of chlorogenic acids than coffee made with larger granules. Coffee also contains other powerful compounds, including terpenoids, that can reduce inflammation,

3. It can protect against mental impairment. Coffee consumption with caffeine can protect your brain from certain neurological conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease. For example, a review of 11 studies in over 29,000 people found that those who consumed most coffee had a 27% lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. Other studies have shown that taking coffee can reduce the risk of stroke, Parkinson’s and dementia.

4. It may have protective properties against certain diseases.  Drinking coffee can help reduce the risk of certain illnesses, including diabetes and heart disease. A review of 18 studies showed that every cup of coffee consumed per day is associated with a 7% reduced risk of type 2 diabetes. Another study found that eating three to five cups of coffee a day is associated with a 15% reduction in the risk of heart disease.

5. It is the best ally in slimming. If you’re on a diet and you’re a fan of coffee, then Greek is the perfect choice for you. With just 1 calorie per cup, you can enjoy your coffee without remorse. Besides, Greek coffee does not need milk (which weighs on extra calories), nor much sugar.


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