Coffee Is Good For You

COFFEE LOVERS, REJOICE. New research suggests that people who drink two to three cups of coffee a day—caffeinated or not—may have a lower chance of dying from certain illnesses than those who abstain.   The study, thought to be the largest of its kind, followed...

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Longevity Benefits Seen with Moderate Coffee Drinking

Up to five cups of coffee a day is safe for most, and may even have protective benefits for cardiovascular and diabetes patients. That extra cup of coffee is not only safe for most people, but might actually reduce your risk of dying prematurely from heart disease and...

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Health Benefits of Coffee Beans

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages around the world, with billions of cups consumed daily. Brewed from ground coffee beans, it is a drink that is enjoyed by nearly half of adults in the United States as a way to wake up in the mornings, stay alert during the...

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The latest scoop on the health benefits of coffee

What a difference a few years can make. Not long ago, I was learning about the dangers of coffee — how it could raise your blood pressure, make your heart race, impair sleep, and maybe even cause cancer. Now, the World Health Organization (WHO) is taking coffee off...

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New research into health benefits of coffee

New research has brought us closer to being able to understand the health benefits of coffee. Monash researchers, in collaboration with Italian coffee roasting company Illycaffè, have conducted the most comprehensive study to date on how free radicals and antioxidants...

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Nutrition News – Weighing the health benefits of coffee

Chances are, you or someone you know is a coffee drinker. Admittedly, I love coffee and my relationship with it is one of slight dependency. Thus I am fully invested in exploring the research into its health effects. Coffee is the most consumed beverage in the world,...

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Coffee: The New Health Food?

Want a drug that could lower your risk of diabetes, Parkinson's disease, and colon cancer? That could lift your mood and treat headaches? That could lower your risk of cavities? If it sounds too good to be true, think again. Coffee, the much maligned but undoubtedly...

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The Dog Hungry Bears at Twofifty Square

In the South Dublin suburb of Rathmines lies Two Fifty Square Speciality Coffee. Serving coffee in the same location that it's roasted Two Fifty Square offers way more than just a caffeine kick. The Dog Hungry Bears along with our director/producer Stewart G Lambert...

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Life Cycle of the Coffee Bean

HARVESTING First the coffee tree grows from a planted seed in the ground. From 4-8 weeks it develops into a seedling and after 3 years the tree will start to grow their fruit known as cherries. After another 3 years, the tree will be full with fruit and ready for...

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Arabica and Robusta

Did you know that there are actually dozens of different varieties of coffee beans? When it comes to your daily cup, though, there are really only two that matter: Arabica and Robusta. These are the two primary types of coffee cultivated for drinking. What's the...

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Park Lane Coffee Company at CATEX Exhibition

Park Lane Coffee Company will be exhibiting at Stand CC29 at the CATEX Exhibition in the RDS in Dublin between the 21 - 23 of February 2017. As Ireland's largest foodservice and hospitality show, CATEX provides suppliers with an essential platform to promote their...

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Project Black Opening

Mondays can be horrific at the best of times, but lord knows that first sip of coffee can make all the difference and turn your morning around. Dublin’s café scene is more exciting than ever and the bustling village of Ranelagh has just welcomed a new addition –...

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