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June 17, 2008 - A new study has good news for coffee drinkers: Regular coffee drinking (up to 6 cups per day) is not associated with increased deaths in either men or women. In fact, both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee consumption is associated with a somewhat smaller rate of death from heart disease.
Here's a video we helped develop with the American Chemical Society (ACS). Enjoy!
September 16, 2008 - In the past century the incidence of male pattern baldness (MPB) has significantly increased and according to many, part of the blame is due to the modernization of our society. Today, Western diets contain high concentrations of sugar, fat and animal protein, which according to researchers have all been correlated in some way to the increase in dihydroxytestosterone (DHT), a compound believed to cause male pattern baldness.
December 27, 2008 - A study by the University of Barcelona found that the stimulatory effects of caffeine work much quicker in men than in women.
December 11, 2009 - You may want to pass on that Vodka/Red Bull cocktail the next time you're at the bar and trying to get sober by drinking coffee after a long night partying.
January 1, 2010 - Welcome back everyone and we wish you all a Happy New Year! Well, the new year looks good for coffee as studies continue to promote coffee's health benefits. Over the past ten years numerous researchers from all over the world have touted coffee's health benefits.
June 23, 2011 - For many coffee is simply a medium in which to deliver caffeine, but according to the latest research, coffee may also hold a significant amount of health benefits.
February 2, 2012 - In a recent study by the National Institute for Heath (NIH) researchers found that consumption of caffeine may effect estrogen levels in women 18-44 yrs of age.