Drinking coffee puts lead in your pencil

Hey – not any dumber than a contrived phrase like “erectile dysfunction”!

horny coffee

A daily dose of caffeine may reduce the odds of erectile dysfunction…Researchers analyzed dietary information to estimate the daily caffeine intake of 3,724 men who participated in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.

The study…concluded that men may have a reduced risk for ED if they consume caffeine in daily doses roughly equivalent of two to three cups of coffee…per day.

Specifically, men who drank 171-303 mg of caffeine per day reduced the risk of ED by 39 percent and men who drank a daily 85-170 mg reduced the risk by 42 percent, while those who drank 7 mg or less per day reduced the risk by only 1 percent…

The study notes that the results constitute “no evidence for a trend” but adds that “these associations are warranted to be investigated in prospective studies.”

Terminology for polite society changes from generation to generation. It’s regional, often class-based and certainly governed by the quantity of so-called moral foolishness stuck into your mind.

I’m amazed at the number and quality of discoveries about the benefits of coffee-drinking popping up, nowadays. And glad I love my breakfast and brunchtime coffee.

2 thoughts on “Drinking coffee puts lead in your pencil

  1. ( ͠° ͟ʖ ͡°) says:

    A psychological study has found that a taste for bitter foods, such as coffee, is associated with narcissism, Machiavellianism, psychopathy and, in particular, sadism. The research, which was accepted by journal Appetite on Sept. 25, is based on two separate studies, the first with 504 participants and the second with 449 participants, who self-reported their own food preferences. While previous studies have found that eating bitter food elicits harsher moral judgments and interpersonal hostility, the authors of this work, both of whom are social psychology professors from Austria’s University of Innsbruck, stated: “Based on this reasoning, an increased preference for bitter taste should be related to a more hostile personality.” http://emilkirkegaard.dk/en/wp-content/uploads/Individual-differences-in-bitter-taste-preferences-are-associated-with-antisocial-personality-traits.pdf

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