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Vital Signs

Brendon Fallon

Sept 22, 2022
A study compared coffee drinkers and non-coffee drinkers over a seven-year period. It compared those who add sugar and those who don’t, and the findings on life expectancy are surprising! If sugar is really the "arch-nemesis" of health, how come this study suggests the opposite when we add a little to our coffee? Are you a light-roast or medium-roast drinker? Not all coffee is created equal. Nutritional composition varies among different roasts. This ties into that age-old battle between the antioxidants and free radicals in our bodies and how much coffee can lend a hand to the "good side." If your morning dose of caffeine enrichment is laced with a pang of guilt—like you might be doing your body a disservice—maybe it doesn’t need to be. Watch this #coffeelovers edition of #VitalSigns with Brendon Fallon to discover why.
    About the show
    Our health is the composite of our states of body, mind, and soul. Each of these domains influences the other, and can either nourish or deplete the others, depending on how we live our lives. Be it food to fight cancer, boosting virus immunity, or tips for better sleep, Vital Signs zooms in on the important matters of health that come up in everyday life—connecting the dots across the broad canvas of our "composite health."
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