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Mensajepor Dalamar » 27 Abr 2014 11:08

El cafe reduce el riesgo de diabetes tipo 2:

The research, which was published in Diabetologia, was the first to find that actually increasing (not just consumption in general) your coffee consumption by 1.5 cups/day (or around 360ml) over a four-year period can decrease your risk of type 2 diabetes by 11%! The authors studied three long-term databases that tracked individual's lifestyle, diet and physical/medical conditions. From this data (over 7,200 cases of type 2 diabetes within the data), they found that participants who increased their consumption of coffee by 1.69 cups/day lowered their risk of type 2 diabetes, while participants who decreased their consumption by at least one cup/day actually had a greater risk of type 2 diabetes, by as much as 17%!


Fuente: http://www.naturalnews.com/044877_coffe ... z304lx4oDp
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 27 Abr 2014 20:52

El cafe reduce el riesgo de cancer de prostata:

It was found by Harvard Medical School research that the regular consumption of coffee can reduce the risk of prostate cancer! The long-term study found that men who drank at least 1-3 cups of coffee a day compared to men who never drank it had a 20% lower risk of prostate cancer! Likewise, those who drank 4-5 cups had a 25% lower risk of prostate cancer compared to those who never drank coffee!
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 27 Abr 2014 21:00

El cafe produce fatiga adrenal?

Adrenal fatigue is a collection of signs and symptoms, known as a syndrome, that results when the adrenal glands function below the necessary level. Most commonly associated with intense or prolonged stress, it can also arise during or after acute or chronic infections, especially respiratory infections such as influenza, bronchitis or pneumonia. As the name suggests, its paramount symptom is fatigue that is not relieved by sleep but it is not a readily identifiable entity like measles or a growth on the end of your finger. You may look and act relatively normal with adrenal fatigue and may not have any obvious signs of physical illness, yet you live with a general sense of unwellness, tiredness or "gray" feelings. People experiencing adrenal fatigue often have to use coffee, colas and other stimulants to get going in the morning and to prop themselves up during the day.

This syndrome has been known by many other names throughout the past century, such as non-Addison's hypoadrenia, sub-clinical hypoadrenia, neurasthenia, adrenal neurasthenia, adrenal apathy and adrenal fatigue.

You may be experiencing adrenal fatigue if you regularly notice one or more of the following:*

You feel tired for no reason.
You have trouble getting up in the morning, even when you go to bed at a reasonable hour.
You are feeling rundown or overwhelmed.
You have difficulty bouncing back from stress or illness.
You crave salty and sweet snacks.
You feel more awake, alert and energetic after 6PM than you do all day.



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Mensajepor Dalamar » 23 Jul 2014 19:38

Apoptosis is a function of the “guardian angel gene,” p53, the master regulator of genomic repair or suicide. All cancers either shut down the p53 gene or block its pathway. Caffeine is a known activator of p53, which may explain some of the health benefits associated with coffee and tea.

As the abstract for this paper in the Journal of Cancer Research states, “The same low concentration of caffeine that was effective for inducing phosphorylation of p53 was also shown to increase p53 activation.”

Moreover, there’s been recent interest in the life-extending benefits, in animals at least, of clearing out senescent or worn-out cells. We don’t know if the same longevity benefits will accrue to humans, but there’s some reason to believe that some of caffeine’s benefits come from its newly discovered ability to increase autophagy.
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Mensajepor Kaizen » 25 Jul 2014 16:44

Por lo que he leído y por lo que has recogido. Habría que hacer una comparación más firme, con los pros y contras del café. Para analizarlo de una forma más fácil.

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Mensajepor Dalamar » 25 Jul 2014 17:46

Si, hay cosas buenas y malas, yo no veo que sea bueno ser adicto a la cafeína y tomarla a diario, algo esporádico me parece razonable.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 29 Ago 2014 09:30

Few of us actually are conscious of the AD threat, easily available therapeutics are being ignored. I’ve previously presented evidence from the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease about the efficacy of coffee and caffeine.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 19 Oct 2014 08:55

El cafe eleva la homocisteina, lo cual es bastante perjudicial, y no es solo por el efecto de la cafeina:

Conclusions: Caffeine is partly responsible for the homocysteine-raising effect of coffee. Coffee, but not caffeine, affects homocysteine metabolism within hours after intake, although the effect is still substantial after an overnight fast.


Fuente: http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/76/6/1244.full

En otro hilo hablaremos sobre la homocisteina, pero tenerla alta es muy perjudicial, hay determinadas mutaciones geneticas (como MTHFR genes-f119/mthfr-t1673.html y COMT genes-f119/comt-t1678.html) que dan propension a tener homocisteina alta, es algo a tener en cuenta.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 17 Nov 2014 18:57

Chemical in Coffee May Help Prevent Obesity-Related Disease
New data from University of Georgia scientists appearing in the journal Pharmaceutical Research suggests the chlorogenic acid (CGA) compound found in coffee could help reduce insulin resistance and stop fat buildup in the liver. In a study on mice, the researchers fed a high-fat diet for 15 weeks while also injecting CGA into the mice twice a week. At the end of the study, the CGA-injected mice were found to be protected against weight gain, had normal blood sugar, and healthy liver function. With further study, CGA could become a useful tool in the field of obesity prevention as well as a potential way to stop obesity from leading to diabetes.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 23 Dic 2014 15:28

el café es uno de los alimentos antioxidantes más presentes en la dieta occidental. En concreto, está demostrado que el café reduce los niveles de isoprostano, un marcador que sirve para medir el estrés oxidativo (cuanto más isoprostano tenemos en sangre, mayor oxidación padecemos).

De todos los compuestos que contiene el grano de café, posiblemente uno destaca por su poder antioxidante: el ácido clorogénico. Y es un antioxidante maravilloso porque tiene un poder muy destacado para hacer algo que pocos hacen: inhibe que el hígado produzca más glucosa. Lo cual significa un mejor metabolismo y control del peso.

Todos pensamos que el café es bueno para una mejora de la memoria y concentración a corto plazo, pero solemos creer que esto sólo es algo momentáneo. No tan rápido. Un estudio con personas con estado inicial de demencia estableció que con mayores niveles de cafeína en la sangre se podía retrasar la aparición de la demencia.

He aquí qué podemos conseguir a juzgar por los estudios publicados en función de nuestro nivel de consumo diario de café:

Una taza: Según una revisión de casi 20 estudios con medio millón de personas en total, una taza diaria de café reduce un 7% el riesgo de diabetes tipo II.Dos tazas: Favorece un buen estado de ánimo. Un estudio con 86.000 mujeres relacionó estos niveles de consumo de café con una reducción del 60% de suicidio.Tres tazas: Puede reducir hasta un 20% la incidencia de cálculos biliares a juzgar por un estudio con 127.000 profesionales de la salud.
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