Nevertheless, many studies have found that people who drink coffee have a lower risk of developing various diseases than those who do not drink coffee. This includes reducing the risk of Parkinson's disease, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and certain cancers. The findings were published in the 15th, March issue of the “Journal of Internal Medicine”, comes from a clinical trial involving 47 Finland adults who are all habitual coffee drinkers. The researchers asked them to stop drinking for a month and then drink four glasses a day next month and drink eight glasses a day after next month. Blood samples were taken at the end of each month. Cornelis said that, overall, the consumption of coffee triggered many expected metabolic changes.
But her team also discovered some previously unknown effects. Except the changes in endocannabinoids, some metabolites are related to the steroid system and fatty acid metabolism. The steroid system includes cholesterol and hormones, like testosterone and estrogen
one way valve knows that the nervous system helps regulate a range of body functions, including blood pressure, sleep, appetite and burning calories. She said that coffee is related to better weight control that it has a certain role in the impact of endocannabinoids.
However, it is still unknown whether it will have an impact on people's health. Cornelis said: “We hope this will be a hypothesis.” She explained that the future research can lucubrate the connection between coffee and endocannabinoid metabolites, and see if this help to explain why coffee drinkers has lower risk of suffering from certain diseases.