Coffee may contribute to heart disease, but some brews are better than others: UniSA

Researchers from the Australian Centre for Precision Health at the University of South Australia (UniSA) found that long-term, heavy coffee consumption – six or more cups a day – can increase the amount of lipids (fats) in your blood to significantly heighten your risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). However, some methods of brewing may be easier on the heart than others.
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Meal Machines

Meal Machines

Beginning as a pre-packaged meal service aimed at fitness enthusiasts, Meal Machines near Hobart puts an emphasis on fresh and healthy food. It combines this with a play centre to accommodate parents. “I’ve created an environment that’s quite holistic,” Meal Machines Director Chris Thurlow says. “You can come in with your kids and have a coffee while they play, or go to the gym and relax afterwards with a coffee, whole fruit smoothie, or acai bowl.”
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coffee cancer

Coffee and cancer have no link according to Australian study

A recent study by the Queensland Institute of Medical Research (QIMR) Berghofer Medical Research Institution has found there is no link between drinking coffee every day and getting cancer. The study looked at data from more than 300,000 coffee drinkers using previous international observational studies and a genetic-based technique called Mendelian randomisation.
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California coffee cancer warnings

California rules on Prop 65 coffee cancer warnings

The State of California has ruled to exempt coffee from Proposition 65 cancer warnings. Under Proposition 65, California law requires that products contain cancer warnings if they will expose consumers to chemicals that California health authorities have identified as causing cancer. Roasted coffee contains small amounts of the chemical acrylamide, leading Californian Superior Court Judge Elihu Berle to rule it must carry a cancer warning in May 2018.
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coffee fruit bar

Coffee Fruit Bar

Coffee Fruit Bar is Australia’s first environmentally conscious health bar made from upcycled coffee fruit pulp. A product of I am Grounded, a social enterprise based in Brisbane, each bar contains 10 grams of upcycled coffee fruit pulp concentrate.
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