January 14th, 2016
Can't get enough of coffee? A new study suggests coffee to be beneficial for your fitness regime. Sipping on coffee is believed to be good for our overall health as it is loaded with antioxidants, and compounds that help you stay alert. A recent study reveals that drinking a cup of coffee in morning can help improve athletic endurance. "Coffee is a popular source of caffeine, so this paper looked at the research surrounding its ergogenic benefits," said the study author Simon Higgins from University of Georgia. This reveiw article was co-authored by Dr. Richard Lewis, UGA Foundation Professor in the Deptartment of Foods and Nutrition.
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