Is coffee really healthy? Can it improve memory or delay Parkinson's' and Alzheimer's disease? Is it all just about green coffee beans and caffeine? What's the difference between coffee cherry and the bean? What is the best type of coffee filter to use? To help sort fact from fiction, I sit down with Dr. Steve Helschien, also known as Dr. Coffee, to discuss the research on coffee's health benefits. We discuss the phytonutrients in your morning pick-me-up brew and along the way we bust several myths too. If you enjoy java in the morning and wondered if you should keep drinking it, you will learn a lot in this episode. This is episode 115 of the Joe Cannon Health podcast, available here and you can follow for free on Apple and Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify, Pandora, Alexa Echo, Radio Public, Gaana, and pretty much everywhere else.
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