Could Your Morning Coffee Be a Weight-Loss Tool?

ONDAY, Jan. 13, 2020 (HealthDay News) -- If losing weight sits high atop your New Year's resolution list, you might want to reach for a piping-hot cup of joe.

Why? New research suggests that just 4 cups of coffee a day can actually help shed some body fat.

The finding follows a 24-week investigation that tracked coffee's impact among 126 overweight men and women in Singapore.

This Is The Best Time of Day to Drink Coffee to Stay Alert But Still Sleep

I need a caffeine boost in the morning to properly function.

And I'm not alone – according to a Reuters study, 65 percent of Americans have coffee every day, and more than 85% drink it regularly.

Drink Coffee and You May Live Longer, Study Suggests

If you’re a coffee lover, new research may perk up your day. In the largest study of its kind, scientists from the National Cancer Institute and the National Institutes of Health discovered that the more coffee individuals drink, the longer they may live.

Coffee Consumption and Pancreatitis Risk: What's the Link?

Heavy coffee consumption may be associated with a reduced risk for pancreatitis, according to a study published in Digestive Diseases and Sciences.


Further Support for an Inverse Relation Between Coffee Drinking and Mortality

Most studies have shown an inverse relation between coffee consumption and mortality


Even Just The Smell of Coffee Could Actually Perk Up Your Brain, Study Shows

Do you find that just the smell of your coffee is enough to perk you up in the mornings? You might not be imagining it, because a new study into the effects of the aroma of coffee has found that it can sharpen the brain in certain circumstances.