Coffee for your health

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frank lee bent
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Re: Coffee for your health

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I kind of agree.
Caffeine is a wonderful stimulant, but I fail to see how it can lower the risk of heart disease (what kind of disease by the way?), or how it could reduce cancer or increase life span.
Still my preferred beverage though.
It is nothing to do with caffeine, which you would see if you read the lengthy citations posted above.
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I always agree with articles that say that coffee or red wine is good for health.

It's nice to think that my bad habits are healthy. :plus1:
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Re: Coffee for your health

Post by SternAAlbifrons »

It tastes better, the health benefits are magnified and you live twice as long if you smoke a joint at the same time as you drink your coffee. A stoner sitting next to me on Air Asia once told me that.
Well i tried it - and sure enough it does make your coffee taste better so i choose to believe the rest.
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