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Can drinking coffee be healthy?


The Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee surveyed1 10 European Countries to investigate the relationship between people’s health awareness and the latest scientific research on coffee.

 

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Coffee and digestion. Did you know? Get the facts...

 Research on the impact of drinking coffee on the various functions of the digestive tract suggests that coffee consumption has no significant adverse effects on the functioning of the GI tract in healthy individuals.
Common misconceptions exist around the impact that coffee consumption has on the GI tract. Below is a snapshot into the scientific research dispelling some common misbeliefs.

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THE COFFEE WORLD FLEXES ITS MUSCLES AT SIGEP


 
From January 23rd to 27th, all the finals of the professionals’ competitions scheduled:
Italian Barista Championship, Italian Latte Art Championship, Italian Coffee In Good Spirits Championship, Italian Brewers Cup Championship, Italian Cup Tasting Championship,
Italian Ibrik Championship, Italian Roasting Championship

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Diemme: Coffee’s Pure Culture


Cosy and elegant: this is Diemme’s hall. Welcoming the most demanding gourmets of high-quality roasted coffee are the brothers Giannandrea, Sebastiano and Federico Dubbini, the third generation of the historical roasting company set up in 1927 by grandparents Emma and Romeo.

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TRAS……

TRAS……

Recipe by
Leonardo di Carlo

HOT WHISKEY WITH ORANGE HONEY
SBRISOLONA (CRUMBLY CAKE)
LIGHT CHANTILLY CREAM WITH CACAO BEANS AND VANILLA
ESPRESSO COFFEE CREAM -18°C
DARK CHOCOLATE & SALTED PEANUT COATING

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Can coffee help in diabetes prevention?

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Can coffee
help in diabetes prevention?

Epidemiological evidence shows that drinking three to four cups of coffee per day is associated with an approximate 25% lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, compared to consuming none or less than two cups per day.

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