Too tired of exercise and sports? Queensland University researchers have found that having a cup of tea or coffee a day helps to go.
Women who drink 1-2 coffees of tea or coffee a day are physically more active than those who consume these drinks less frequently. This is the result of a study by the Human Movement and Nutrition Sciences School at Queensland University. Scientists suspect that the effect is due to caffeine. "Drinking coffee and drinks is less likely to be tired and they have more energy," says Dr. Tina Skinner, researcher.
One or two cups of coffee a day will make you fit
Coffee in the morning – and the day is saved, it is at least the most Swiss. Some people can drink five cups of coffee and still sleep well, others steal a small amount of sleep. The reason for this is apparently different in the sensitivity of caffeine.
For those who drink 1-2 coffee a day, they had a 17 percent probability of achieving the recommended exercise. For those who drank one or two cups of tea, the value was 13-26 percent higher. The results of the study can be found in the journal International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
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Caffeine reduces the risk of type 2 diabetes, dementia and some cancers
"Various health effects have been associated with the consumption of natural and abundant coffee and tea alkaloids in caffeine," says Dr Skinner. Studies have shown that caffeine can help make more effort in sports. "Caffeine is also associated with reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes, dementia and some cancers," Skinner said. The study looked at the ways 7580 women born in 1946-1951 who participated in the long-term research of women in Australia. (Aponet)
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