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Power Brands California reviews a coffee related study put forth by researchers at both the Western Australian Institute for Medical Research (WAIMR) and the University of Western Australia’s School of Medicine and Pharmacology. This study’s aim was to determine whether coffee helps to improve the cardiovascular operation in mice and humans. The conclusions derived are very compelling.
Power Brands Consulting reviews the findings of the study and we conclude that coffee lovers can in fact still use weight loss as their justification for drinking moderate amounts of coffee daily. Coffee enthusiasts can also use the excuse that moderate consumption helps to decrease the risk of procuring diseases like type 2 diabetes.
Power Brands California Reviews the Study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry
The May 2013 study looked at the main compounds found in coffee known as Polyphenols, specifically the Chlorogenic Acids (CGA). These compounds are also found in other drinks like tea and in some fruits like plums.
Power Brands California found that the study looked at these compounds and how when given to mice in high doses it effects their cardiovascular operation. The study revealed that when doses equivalent to that of 5-6 cups of coffee are consumed, the compounds in the coffee caused a higher ratio of fat retention in the mice.
Power Brands Consulting reviews Kevin Croft, a professor at the University of Western Australia’s School of Medicine and Pharmacology and he had this to say about similar studies:
“Studies have shown that coffee consumption lowers the risk of developing type 2 diabetes,” Professor Croft added, “This also included research on decaffeinated coffee, which suggested that the health benefits are from a compound in coffee apart from caffeine.”
WAIMR’s Assistant Professor Vance Matthews had this to say about the study:
“It seems that the health effects are dose-dependent. A moderate intake of coffee, up to three to four cups a day, still seems to decrease the risk of developing diseases such as cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes,” Assistant Professor Matthews went on to say, “However, this study proved the opposite in dosages equivalent to five or six cups of coffee per day,”
Power Brands California feels this is interesting because previous studies have shown us that moderate coffee consumption is good for those who need to increase their insulin sensitivity or reduce blood pressure. Now with this study we can say for sure that the key factor in determining whether coffee is good or bad for you is based on the consumption levels we are talking about.
Our Power Brands California Conclusion of Coffee’s Effect on Weight loss
Power Brands California sees this study has a clear conclusion. A large amount of daily coffee consumption (5-6 cups) is not good for people who are concerned with losing weight. However, we also conclude that a moderate amount of coffee, 3-4 cups a day, is still showing promise of helping with insulin sensitivity, preventing cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure.