Coffee Could Help Reverse Liver Damage from Drinking

If you’ve hurt your liver from years of drinking, coffee could be the superhero you’ve been hoping for. In a 2016 review published in Alimentary Pharmacology and Therapeutics,researchers found drinking two cups of coffee a day had a 44 percent lower risk of ending up with liver cirrhosis.


Coffee Could Lower Your Risk of Prostate Cancer

Listen up, boys: According to a 2011 study led by Harvard School of Public Health researchers and published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, regularly drinking coffee could lower your risk of developing prostate cancer because of its compounds do everything from reducing inflammation to regulating insulin. And get this: decaffeinated counts, too!


Coffee Can Help Get Rid of Cellulite

The next time you notice some dimples, combine coffee grounds and coconut oil to help scrub them away. All right, it’s not that easy—but after time, the caffeine in the mix will help reduce the appearance of cellulite by tightening up the area—and moisturize your skin in the process.


Coffee Could Help Reduce Chronic Pain

Does staring at a computer all day constantly make your neck and shoulders ache? It turns out coffee might help reduce that work-related chronic pain. A 2012 study published in BMC Research Notes found 40 percent of the participants who had a daily cup of coffee felt less intensified pain than those who didn’t drink coffee.