Caffeine has positive cognitive and physiological effects at moderate doses.
Even after controlling for a variety of dietary and nondietary factors, those eating plant-based diets appear to have lower overall cancer rates.
The “coffee may reduce cancer risk” is a reference to yesterday’s video. There are additional cognitive benefits afforded by the phytonutrient theanine in green tea. See Dietary Brain Wave Alteration, and hundreds of other videos onmore than a thousand subjects. Note that the caffeine and pregnancy study is publicly accessible, so you can download it by clicking on the link above in the Sources Cited section.
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