Do You Want to Lose Weight? Drink Coffee!

After having had us going around in circles when it comes to coffee: excess consumption, reasons not to drink it at all, moderate consumption, its ill-effects, etc. the medical world is now falling over itself to recommend what it previously warned against. The truth is that coffee is good for human beings, a blessing from the Abyssinian heights. Only the English, as is their wont, will claim the contrary …

For that matter, it is said by those in the know that the British Empire imported tea solely to foil those French frogs’ and Italian blowhards’ plans for world domination. From an entirely neutral point of view, both drinks have the same properties; tip of the day: drink coffee or tea at the right temperature – it’s good for you!

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/325554.php

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