What better way to get ready for a good day of hunting then to start if off with a good cup of joe? Believe it or not by drinking coffee before going hunting it can actually help you become a BETTER HUNTER.
Don’t believe me, check out what some of these professionals have to say. Make sure you get a decent coffee machine to get that fresh coffee shop coffee at home. Here are some more amazing reasons why you should always take coffee.
An article in the New York Times reported that athletes, especially those where patience and endurance is key such as hunting, cycling, or long distance running. When consumed, coffee increases the amount of fatty acids in the blood. These fatty acids inadvertently increase the muscle absorption and fat burning rate to provide extra fuel for your body to consume. With this simple process, the carbohydrate reserves in the body are stored for later when they will be needed most.
A 2005 study revealed that coffee is the number one source of beneficial antioxidants in the body. Of course, people can absorb these compounds from other foods such as fruits and vegetables, but the amount found in coffee is overwhelmingly huge.
A study was conducted by researchers at Seoul National University to prove that coffee reduces stress. The study involved sleep deprived rats that were inherently stressed. After a few sessions, the study revealed that the stressed rats that inhaled coffee aromas experienced instant changes in the brain that immediately relieved stress.
Of course, the aroma study can’t be equated to all types of stress but only that caused by sleep deprivation. Also, it doesn’t mean that you should keep a bag of roasted coffee beans near your bed every night but it doesn’t hurt to try!
Patients suffering from this disease have no control over their mobility. However, Science Daily reported that taking coffee regularly might help patients suffering from Parkinson’s disease control their mobility. The article was posted by Ronald Postuma, an MD. He continued to further to say that people who drink coffee regularly have lesser chances of developing the disease than those who don’t.
In 2006, a study was conducted with 125, 000 individuals each over 22 years of age. The published results revealed that individuals who drank at least one cup of coffee every day had a 20% less chance of developing liver cirrhosis. This is an autoimmune disease triggered by excessive consumption of alcohol.
Liver cirrhosis can lead to extreme side-effects such as cancer and liver failure. The lead author of the study, Arthur L Klatsky, revealed to The Guardian that taking coffee provides some protection against liver cirrhosis. Therefore, an individual who consumes more coffee has lesser risk of being admitted or dying from this condition.
There are also a few studies that reveal that coffee can prevent anyone from contracting NAFLD (non-alcoholic fatty liver disease). International researchers including Duke-NUS graduate medical school revealed that drinking at least 4 cups of coffee can actually delay the progression of this condition.
The National Institute of Health conducted a study that revealed that individuals who drank at least 4 cups of coffee each day had a 10% less chance of being depressed. You might assume that the caffeine gives you a ‘high’ that keeps you feeling happy. As a matter of fact, Coca-cola also contains caffeine but has been linked to depression. Honglei Chen, the study author revealed that coffee can reduce depression, thanks to the antioxidants present.
The Harvard Medical School together with Brigham Women’s Hospital followed over 100, 000 men and women for about 20 years. The study revealed that women who drank at least 3 cups of coffee each day had a lesser chance of getting skin cancer than those who avoided coffee completely.
The American Chemical Society conducted a study that revealed that coffee also reduces the chances of getting Type 2 Diabetes. The researchers concluded that people who drink at least 4 cups of coffee everyday can inherently reduce their chances of getting Type 2 Diabetes by at least 50%. With every additional cup, you can reduce the risk by an extra 7%.
Researchers from the University of Miami and the University of South Florida revealed that people over 65 years who drank coffee regularly developed Alzheimer’s 2 years later than those who didn’t drink coffee. The study author went on further to say that consuming coffee moderately isn’t a sure way of protecting people from getting Alzheimer’s completely. However, it can delay the onset or considerably reduce the risk of getting the disease.
Most people drink coffee when they are sleep deprived in order to jolt the brain and stay awake. Well, as a result, the brain is a little sharper. CNN reported that as a result of drinking coffee, the brain works more efficiently and smarter. After consuming coffee when you’re sleep deprived, you can inadvertently improve your vigilance, reaction time, logical reasoning, pay more attention and many more things that help you make better decisions in the tree stand or field.
Lastly, drinking coffee is a great way to become more productive. When the brain is awake, you can handle more tasks and perform better at your tasks. There are lots of people who can work for hours as long as they have a few cups of coffee in their system.