Moderate consumption of good coffee is a healthy habit rooted ancestrally in the history of many people.

The number of consumers continues to expand and the study of its benefits has deepened in recent years.

Several studies have shown the power of coffee in the brain. It can relieve headaches and be a great stimulant in times of lack of concentration.

As a result of some studies, it is known today that moderate coffee consumption, up to 3 cups a day, may reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

Coffee stimulates the transmission of dopamine, a neurotransmitter responsible for the sensation of pleasure and joy.

Studies indicate that regular coffee consumption helps reduce depression as well as preserve memory at more advanced ages.

New research has shown that regular and moderate coffee consumption can reduce the risk of type II diabetes by 25%.

New research shows that coffee can help reduce the risk of cancer, particularly the liver and prostate cancer in men.

Studies suggest that regular and moderate coffee consumption may preserve cognitive ability with age and reduce the incidence of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.