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Morning from New York ☕️👋🏼🥑 I've got coffee and avocado toast and I walked 3847393 blocks to get here singing Jay Z - Empire State of mind on repeat so I'm in a pretty happy place right now 😂💕 Have the best Friday ever all 😘 ph. @jesschamilton #moveoverjayz#ElleZ
Avocado eggs Benedict with a side of hash browns for breakfast. What's your favorite thing to eat in the morning? #eatmoreandthrive
Coffee.. such a great way to start your day, at least for me and, like, 95% of the world.
BUT the best thing about coffee after it’s amazing (obviously) taste is that its good for you. And here is why:
1.Decreased Mortality. More than 35 studies have been done covering more than 2 million people that indicate coffee directly influences what one meta-study published in Public Health Nutrition calls “all-cause mortality.”
According to the study, light to moderate amounts of coffee is “associated with a reduced risk of death from all causes, particularly in women.” As for what is it about coffee that links its consumption to reducing the risk of death? That part is still unclear, but the statistical association is clearly there so who cares we all want to live forever.
2.Cardiovascular Health. Drinking 3 to 5 cups a day puts you in the group of people who face the lowest amount of risk from cardiovascular disease.
3.Colon Cancer Recovery. A new study published last week in the Journal of Clinical Oncology reports that drinking coffee while recovering from colon cancer seemed to improve the chances of a full recovery.
The patients that were part of the study all had Stage III colon cancer, which means that the cancer had spread to nearby lymph nodes, but not to the rest of the body. All the patients had successfully made it through surgery and chemotherapy. Once in recovery, those who drank 4 or more cups a day were 42 percent less likely to have the cancer come back and 33 percent less likely to die from the cancer than non-coffee drinkers.
4.Diabetes. Habitual coffee drinking is associated with significantly lowering the chances of developing diabetes, specifically type 2.
5.Alzheimer’s Disease. Drinking coffee, however, may actually be a potential treatment of Alzheimer’s, according to a 2010 study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. The study found that caffeine treatments in mice led to a lowering of the levels of Abeta, an abnormal protein believed to be responsible for Alzheimer’s. ⬇️
What a lovely experience we had after work today at the #ButchersDaughter on #AbbotKinney . Needed the laughs and the flavorful #vegan cheese plate and mushroom/arugula & kale pesto/pine nut #pizza choices. We are DEFINITELY ready for the winter break from school (work) 🙌🏾👏🏾 and earlier today it was clear the students are ready too. 😅
I love this kitchen cosiness from Courtney at @_myhousemystyle_
What is your fave item in your kitchen that you couldn't live without?
I spend a HEAP of time in the kitchen so this is a tricky one for me but I might have to say my knife set.