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Earlier this year, we shared a chemistry hacks post about tea. All the scientific reasons tea is really good for you! Almost every day readers ask me about coffee too. They want to know is coffee good for your health?
Today, I want to share the scientific truth about coffee.
Perhaps I am a bit biased, but coffee is one of my favorite chemicals to research. In fact, there are some surprising scientific truths about coffee. So, is coffee good for you??
I didn’t start drinking coffee until I was close to 24 years old. My husband and I had just moved back to Texas, and he had just gone through a very serious surgery (read about our story here).
Since I had taken a few years off from college to take care of him, it was a little bit of a shock coming back to school full time. One day I woke up and was craving coffee out of the blue. I started drinking a cup every morning, and have enjoyed it since!
There have been a few times over the years I have stopped drinking coffee and tested out if it effects my rheumatoid arthritis. You can find the results of that below.
But first, let’s do a full chemistry hacks post on coffee for your health.