What Happens To Your Heart When You Drink Coffee

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This may be music to your sleep-deprived ears: new research convincingly shows that, for most people, enjoying coffee on a regular basis may actually be good for your heart. This is one of the reasons why the Dietary Guidelines for Americans say that three to five 8-ounce cups a day of plain, black coffee can be part of a healthy diet. (Related: 8 Awesome Benefits of Drinking Coffee, According to Dietitians.)

What we crave in our morning cup of joe is the caffeine it provides. Caffeine is the most commonly consumed natural stimulant in the world. Caffeine gets you hooked

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Pizza, pie and traybake: Tom Kerridge and Marcus Rashford’s easy family recipes | Food

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While we are from different generations, Marcus and I share a lot of similarities in our journeys to success. We both grew up in a single-parent household on a council estate, and although neither of us ever went without food, times were difficult and money was tight. So it’s heartbreaking to think that 4.2 million children in the UK are now living in poverty. We live in the third largest economy in the world, so it’s time to call time on child food poverty, which is why we’ve set up the Full Time campaign, in support of the

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Taco Bell is the place to be to celebrate National Vegetarian Week

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As cicadas emerge in the US after 17 years, insect delicacies take over social media

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Cicadas, the red-eyed bugs who spend most of their lives underground, have returned to the US after 17 long years. And intriguingly, swarms of the insects invading American backyards this summer have also inspired dishes in their kitchens. Seeing the emergence of Brood X, one of the largest periodical cicada broods, people all across the US are trying to make the most of it, through creating cicada delicacies.

These insects are low in fat and high in protein, according to Cicada Safari, an app created to monitor their movement in the US. Many scientists and food experts have even called

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Coffee Doesn’t Help Sleep-Deprived Brains with More Complex Tasks, Research FindsDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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Coffee contains within it myriad small miracles, yet the ability to perform brain surgery or even operate a motor vehicle at a high level while deprived of sleep may not be among them.

New research coming from the Sleep and Learning Lab at Michigan State University has shown that while the caffeine equivalent of about two cups of caffeinated coffee may help sleep-deprived people improve alertness in simple tasks, it’s of no use in helping people perform more complicated “placekeeping” tasks.

For the study, published in the most recent edition of Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition,

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