Coffee is the second most popular drink in the world (after only water!) but did you know it can boost your athletic performance? Find out more here...
When most people think of caffeine, they think of coffee. This video from Coffee and Health breaks down sources of caffeine from around the world, revealing the different amounts of caffeine in our everyday foods.
Roel Vaessen, Secretary General of ISIC, comments on IARC's review of coffee, which found no clear association between coffee intake and cancer at any body site. IARC also stated that in some cases, there is evidence that coffee drinking may actually help reduce occurrence of certain cancers.
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