Coffee Back on the Beneficial List - July 2016

The World Health Organization, which had described coffee as "possibly carcinogenic" in 1991, has now deemed the energy-boosting elixir "not carcinogenic to humans." In fact, the panel of scientists said regularly drinking coffee could help protect against some types of cancer. But you should probably let it cool down a bit. They also said that consuming drinks above a scalding 149 degrees (65 degrees Celsius) was linked to oesophageal cancer. (mindbodygreen)

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