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1946 5
1947 3
1948 7
1949 2
1950 7
1951 5
1952 14
1953 6
1954 14
1955 14
1956 7
1957 8
1958 7
1959 4
1960 12
1961 9
1962 18
1963 19
1964 21
1965 15
1966 17
1967 18
1968 36
1969 37
1970 29
1971 38
1972 45
1973 55
1974 70
1975 43
1976 47
1977 56
1978 54
1979 43
1980 37
1981 63
1982 61
1983 64
1984 74
1985 102
1986 62
1987 63
1988 74
1989 85
1990 94
1991 72
1992 79
1993 82
1994 92
1995 96
1996 78
1997 79
1998 69
1999 87
2000 115
2001 122
2002 137
2003 135
2004 125
2005 159
2006 199
2007 207
2008 219
2009 202
2010 258
2011 269
2012 307
2013 341
2014 340
2015 349
2016 337
2017 384
2018 469
2019 266
2020 14
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The Impact of Coffee on Health.
Nieber K. Planta Med 2017 - Review. PMID 28675917
During the last years, coffee has progressively moved to a less negative position on health due to its better-known pharmacology. ...There is also evidence that decaffeinated coffee may, in some respect, have similar benefits as regular coffee, indicating that besides caffeine other components contribute to the health protecting effects. ...
During the last years, coffee has progressively moved to a less negative position on health due to its better-known pharmacology. ... …
How coffee affects metabolic syndrome and its components.
Baspinar B, et al. Food Funct 2017 - Review. PMID 28589997
It has been proven in many studies that coffee consumption has a positive effect on chronic diseases. In this review, starting from the beneficial effects of coffee on health, the relationship between coffee consumption and metabolic syndrome and its components has been investigated. ...The factors leading to the differences are thought to stem from coffee variety, the physiological effects of coffee elements, and the nutritional ingredients (such as milk and sugar) added to coffee. ...
It has been proven in many studies that coffee consumption has a positive effect on chronic diseases. In this review, starting from t …
Coffee and cancer risk: a summary overview.
Alicandro G, et al. Eur J Cancer Prev 2017 - Review. PMID 28288025
We reviewed available evidence on coffee drinking and the risk of all cancers and selected cancers updated to May 2016. Coffee consumption is not associated with overall cancer risk. ...A few studies suggest an increased risk of childhood leukemia after maternal coffee drinking during pregnancy, but data are limited and inconsistent. ...
We reviewed available evidence on coffee drinking and the risk of all cancers and selected cancers updated to May 2016. Coffee
Coffee and Depression: A Short Review of Literature.
Tenore GC, et al. Curr Pharm Des 2015 - Review. PMID 26303345
During the past two decades, several studies have indicated that there is a close correlation between consumption of coffee and incidence of depression. ...The aim of the present paper was to collect the latest literature data (from 1984 to 2014) on the positive and negative impacts of coffee consumption on the major depressive disorders and to clarify the role of bioactive constituents of coffee in the related different clinical trials. ...
During the past two decades, several studies have indicated that there is a close correlation between consumption of coffee and incid …
Coffee and its consumption: benefits and risks.
Butt MS and Sultan MT. Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr 2011 - Review. PMID 21432699
Coffee lipid fraction containing cafestol and kahweol act as a safeguard against some malignant cells by modulating the detoxifying enzymes. ...Caffeine also affects adenosine receptors and its withdrawal is accompanied with muscle fatigue and allied problems in those addicted to coffee. ...
Coffee lipid fraction containing cafestol and kahweol act as a safeguard against some malignant cells by modulating the detoxifying e
Coffee Is Not a Carcinogen.
DiNicolantonio JJ and O'Keefe JH. Mo Med 2018. PMID 30228718 Free PMC article.
An Insight into the Therapeutic Potential of Major Coffee Components.
Islam MT, et al. Curr Drug Metab 2018 - Review. PMID 29512445
BACKGROUND: The popular drink, coffee (Coffea arabica) is under the great attention of late because of its promising pharmacological potential. Caffeine (the major constituent of coffee) is known for its prominent psychoactive impact. This review aims at highlighting the therapeutic potentials of caffeine and other five coffee components viz. caffeic acid, chlorogenic acids, cafestol, ferulic acid and kahweol and their mechanisms of action. ...
BACKGROUND: The popular drink, coffee (Coffea arabica) is under the great attention of late because of its promising pharmacological …
Estrogenic Activity of Coffee Constituents.
Kiyama R. Nutrients 2019 - Review. PMID 31234352 Free PMC article.
Here, the constituents of coffee with estrogenic activity are summarized by a comprehensive literature search, and their mechanisms of action for their physiological effects are discussed at the molecular and cellular levels. ...Inconsistent results regarding mixed estrogenic/anti-estrogenic/non-estrogenic or biphasic activity, and unbeneficial effects associated with the constituents, such as endocrine disruption, increase the complexity of the effects of estrogenic coffee constituents. ...
Here, the constituents of coffee with estrogenic activity are summarized by a comprehensive literature search, and their mechanisms o …
Caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee consumption and melanoma risk: a dose-response meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies.
Micek A, et al. Int J Food Sci Nutr 2018 - Review. PMID 28891369
To determine the association between total, caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee consumption and melanoma risk a dose-response meta-analysis on prospective cohort studies were performed. ...A linear dose-response meta-analysis showed a significant association between total coffee consumption and melanoma risk. An increase in coffee consumption of one cup per day was associated with a 3% reduction in melanoma risk (RR 0.97; 95% CI 0.95-0.99). ...
To determine the association between total, caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee consumption and melanoma risk a dose-response meta-a …
Coffee Adulteration: More than Two Decades of Research.
Toci AT, et al. Crit Rev Anal Chem 2016 - Review. PMID 25633422
Coffee is a ubiquitous food product of considerable economic importance to the countries that produce and export it. The adulteration of roasted coffee is a strategy used to reduce costs. ...The present review provides an overview of three analytical approaches (physical, chemical, and biological) to the identification of coffee adulteration. ...
Coffee is a ubiquitous food product of considerable economic importance to the countries that produce and export it. The adulteration
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