Sunday, August 28, 2005

Coffee is good for you, now?

Coffee is high in anti-oxidants? Okay guys, if coffee all of a sudden becomes a health food, can tobacco be far behind?

1 comment:

pilot said...

Did I read "American Cocoa Research Institute" has funded the study or it's faulty eye-wear prescription lets me down?

The Institute also finds that chocolate is good for healthy [!] people. It supplies flavonoids essential for the blood vessels' dilatation.

From there, the connection with nicotine can be seen through the expanded capillaries; just shrink them back to normal with cigarette or two.

It explains why some people first drink some whiskey and then smoke--to effectively regulate their blood pressure, right?

P.S. The study should exit the coffee orbit and look around. The plant world swarms with these flavones, flavonoids, anthocyanins and antioxidants.

"The Institute of Dis-connected Research" observes that coffee overstocking must be just as difficult for vendors as understoking can be dissapointing for consumers.