The caffein buzz that helps us to face the morning is not the only benefit of coffee. Recent research shows that it may decrease rates of Parkinson’s disease, gallstones, type 2 diabetes, dementia, liver cancer, heart arrhythmia, stroke (in women), and even Alzheimer’s disease, non alcoholic fatty liver, cirrhosis and gout. Additionally, some studies show that Chlorogenic acid and Caffeic acid that is high in coffee can help with body weight loss and antidiabetic effect. Although, high caffeine is not recommended by doctors and RDs, healthy doses exhibit positive results. Research suggest coffee exhibits anti-inflammatory actions, antioxidant benefits, and lessens insulin resistance. Caffein acts as an acute antidepressant. It was suggested that the action of caffeine in blocking the inhibitory effects of adenosine on dopamine nerves in the brain reduced feelings of depression. Additionally, some studies showed that coffee increased endurance in athletes.