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Dear Difference Maker,

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If This Doesn’t Make You Happy, I Don’t Know What Will

According to Sylvia Lyubomirsky, The How of Happiness, scientists have observed that about 50% of our happiness is determined by our genetics and that we have what they call a happiness set point – a level of happiness we tend to gravitate toward.  The study showed that about 10% of our happiness is determined by our life circumstances and the remaining 40% is dependent on how we focus our thoughts, attitudes and behavior.

So the question remains … what to do with the remaining 40% that we actually have total control over?   Well… we can all start with … what else?  Coffee!

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How drinking coffee can give you a long, happy life

Friday, February 14, 2014 by: Sarka-Jonae Miller

(NaturalNews) People joke about how drinking coffee has created a culture of caffeine junkies, people who are basically zombies without their cups of Joe. But the reality is that while some people will take anything to excess, moderate coffee consumption may actually be good for you. Very good. Research links drinking coffee to lowered risk of serious health condition, to longevity, and to better moods.

Coffee fights diseases

Studies indicate that drinking coffee correlates with lower risks of diabetes and heart diseases, two major contributors to premature death. It could also have a protective effect against Alzheimer’s disease or delay the onset. These benefits only seem to come from consuming coffee with caffeine though; decaf doesn’t do the trick.

Researchers from two universities in the United States discovered a link between greater levels of caffeine in the blood of people aged 65 and older with later appearances of Alzheimer’s. According to the people from the Universities of South Florida and Miami, higher levels of caffeine appeared to correlate to a delay of two to four years of the disease when compared to people who had lower blood caffeine levels.

Dr. Chuanhai Cao of the University of San Francisco said that drinking caffeinated coffee in moderation won’t necessarily prevent Alzheimer’s, but the researchers think that it could significantly decrease Alzheimer’s risk or at least delay the development.

Coffee is also a rich source of antioxidants that protect people from a variety of diseases. A 2005 study found that nothing else gives people nearly as many as antioxidants as coffee provides. For Americans, it is the number one source of antioxidants. Although there are other sources of antioxidants, such as fresh fruits and veggies, the human body is able to absorb more of these beneficial substances from coffee.

Coffee makes you happy

There is plenty of anecdotal evidence that coffee boosts the mood. Just hang out in Starbucks and watch the faces of the people who come in and then see their faces change after they have their drinks. But a National Institutes of Health discovered that at least four cups of Joe per day correlates to a 10 percent lower risk of depression. The author of the study, Honglei Chen, MD, PhD, hypothesized that antioxidants are responsible.

Another study found a link between coffee and suicide risk. The Harvard School of Public Health study showed that people who consumed around two to four cups of java had only about half the risk of suicide. The suspected reason is that coffee assists the body to make neurotransmitters including dopamine, noradrenaline, and serotonin. These chemicals help to fight depression.

Coffee may extend life

Most people aspire to live long happy lives, and coffee can assist with that not only by elevating the mood and staving off diseases, but it also may simply help you live longer. A 2012 study found that people who drank at least three cups daily had a lower risk of death. Both regular and decaf seemed to have a positive effect. A study from 2008 published in the Annals of Internal Medicine had similar findings.

So, if you feel guilty about how much coffee you drink, don’t. Of course, these studies were all done with coffee, not expensive, high-calorie, extra sweet coffee-flavored beverages. There are no studies to support that habit.

So here’s to totally awesome research that supports my brand new LOVE of Javita coffee with herbally infused benefits!

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Let’s raise our cup of coffee on this beautiful Monday morning and make it a GREAT day!

Reaching out …

mary 3

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