Coffee. I’m the only coffee drinker in my family. My grandma indoctrinated me at a young age, sharing her cup of warm liquid when I was but two years old. To some, this may look like a weakness. However, after having returned in the last three years to the caffeinated beverage after an eight-year hiatus, I’m happy to hear that my creamy cup of jo has health benefits. Health benefits that I intend to shove in the face of anyone who challenges whether I can curl up with a cup whenever I please.
Yes, that’s right. It turns out that there are benefits to drinking a moderate amount of coffee each day (2-6 cups depending on the study), and the good folks at Friends Eat were kind enough to lay them out for us. So, on to the facts and a few recipes to help you get your coffee in each day.
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