Too tired about exercise and sport? University of Queensland scientists have found that having a cup of tea or coffee every day helps go.
Women who drink one to two cups of tea or coffee a day are more physically active than those who eat these drinks less frequently. This is the result of a study by the University of Queensland School of Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences. The researchers suspect that the effect due to the caffeine is included. "Tea and coffee drinks are less likely to feel tired and have more energy," says Dr. Tina Skinner.
A cup of two coffee a day makes you fit
Coffee in the morning – and the day is saved, it's at least the largest Switzerland. Some people can drink five cups of coffee and sleep asleep, others bring a small cup of sleep. The reason for this is likely to be a different caffeine sensitivity.
For those who were drinking one or two cups of coffee a day, they were 17 percent more likely to reach the recommended level of exercise. For those who were drinking one or two cups of tea, the value of 13 to 26 per cent was higher. The results of the study can be found in the journal "International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Public".
Good news for coffee lovers: the caffeine pot is prolonging life! Anyone who suffers at least four cups a day will increase their lives by 64 per cent compared to non-coffee drinks.
Caffeine reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes, dementia and some cancers
"Drinking the natural and numerous coffee caffeine has been associated with various health benefits," said Dr Skinner. Studies have shown that caffeine can help make more effort in sport. "Caffeine is also associated with reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes, dementia, and some cancers," Skinner said. The study looked at the practice of 7,580 women born between 1946 and 1951 who took part in a long-term Australian women's health study. (Aponet)
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