Coffee May Lower Your Risk for Depression and Parkinson’s Disease

Coffee, Depression and Parkinson's

Coffee May Lower Your Risk For Depression and Parkinson’s Disease Coffee, depression and Parkinson’s…I love coffee, but have not been drinking it much for quite a while now.  Part of my “clean eating” regimen. I recently read, however, that coffee and other caffeinated beverages are believed to decrease your risk of depression. This was according to a research study published in the journal Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry. I also read where coffee may reduce your risk of … Continue reading

Coffee, good or bad?

Coffee, Depression and Parkinson's

Coffee, good or bad? If you’re a coffee lover but want to eat and drink to stay healthy, all the reports and information on coffee are so conflicting and confusing!  Some say drink it, it helps you stay healthy and keeps your brain sharp, and other reports say to stay away…it stimulates the production of cortisol which causes inflammation and contributes to disease and premature aging.  So, the question remains…coffee, good or bad? Dr. Mark Hyman, one of my favorite … Continue reading