Health Benefits

of Coffee

There are several health benefits to drinking coffee and with more and more research conducted about these health benefits, we have listed them here to put your mind at ease that not only is our coffee delicious but it has the potential to be good for you too.

Type 2 Diabetes

Coffee may protect against type 2 diabetes. Studies from both UCLA and Harvard School of Public Health researchers have gathered data showing that increasing your coffee intake an additional cup per day had lower risk of getting type 2 diabetes over a 4-year study.

Parkinson’s Disease

Coffee may help control movement in people suffering from Parkinson’s disease, according to a study conducted at RIMUHC as well as the high content of caffeine found in coffee may significantly lower the chances of getting Parkinson’s Disease.

Stronger DNA

Research shows that coffee drinkers had fewer spontaneous DNA breakage, stronger white blood cells lead to a higher DNA integrity.


Studies have shown that those who enjoy three to five cups of coffee everyday were 65% less likely to develop dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Coffee can aid in boosting brain function and memory. The caffeine in coffee can also block inflammation in the brain which can delay the onset of the disease.


Here’s to drinking more cups of coffee. Studies have shown that coffee may help lower the risk of death compared to people who do not drink coffee at all. People who drank two to three cups a day were 18% less likely to die early. Here’s to health!

Here’s a fun fact: Over more than 400 billion cups of coffee are consumed every year.

*Teasia does not claim drinking coffee will help prevent any diseases listed above. There are many other factors to consider and results is also dependent on how much coffee is consumed. Sources: