When it comes to black coffee facts, black coffee matters. After all, when you brew your coffee, it starts off black. No creamer, no sugar. Just coffee. So I got to thinking, what are the black coffee facts? Do people like it better with creamer and sugar or just as it is? How do you like your coffee?
I posed the question to my Facebook group, Morning Coffee Drinkers to find out. Along with some other research and investigating, I came up with 7 facts that you just may not know about black coffee. There was one common consensus among the group, they like coffee. Here are the results.
Black Coffee Facts
I was a bit surprised at the results. Seems there are more black coffee drinkers than what I first thought. What I discovered may surprise you as well.
Fact 1. Black coffee is low in fat and calories and supplies a wealth of antioxidants that help protect your health. Okay, so it’s good for you.
Fact 2. Harvard Medical School found that drinking coffee might reduce your risk of liver cancer by 50 percent compared to people who don’t drink coffee. I guess this means if you drink black coffee you just may live longer? You decide.
Fact 3. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reports that drinking black coffee reduces inflammation levels in your body, which can reduce your risk of heart disease.
Fact 4. I stopped at fact number 3. I decided if the top three black coffee facts say that coffee is good for you, why waste my time with further research. I’ll just grab another cup of coffee, sit back and enjoy the fact that I am drinking for my health.
Black Coffee Matters
Yes, black coffee does matter and the black coffee facts are clear. Drinking coffee is good for you. So my total assessment is this. Black coffee is good for you. Now then, once you add creamer and enjoy it even more as I do, that adds an element of happiness into the equation.
Now we all know that being happy makes you live longer too. So here’s to drinking all the coffee you want, your way.