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But it’s not all bad news. There are undoubtedly some positives too. Moderate coffee drinkers have reduced rates of breast cancer, Alzheimer’s and diabetes – and better teeth. Black sugarless coffee actually breaks down bacterial biofilms, which cause dental plaques, a major cause of tooth decay. Countless athletes such as Mo Farrah also credit the occasional strong coffee before a race with enhancing performance while caffeine has been proven to make people perform for 30 per cent longer in the gym, improve alertness and the ability to sustain motor skills.
‘Caffeine certainly improves attention, alertness and brain function,’ adds Professor David Kennedy. ‘So if you’ve got a difficult piece of work to get through in the office, which requires a short burst of intense concentration, a cup of coffee is perfect.’
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