Drinking Coffee Can Help Prevent Getting Coronavirus
One study indicates that several cups of coffee a day decrease the risk of contracting coronavirus.
The Woman Post | María Carolina Rivero
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The pandemic has made the world revolve around it but in a pretty negative way. In this respect, this has harmed a significant number of people. However, many experts analyze all kinds of possibilities to find a cure for the virus. Several past analyses show that the caffeine habit brought adverse health effects. Because it disturbs the system, causing heartburn, headache, alterations, among others; but other recent inquiries reveal otherwise.
According to a study published in the Journal Nutrients, called Eating Behaviors and Incidence of COVID-19 by Catherine Carpenter, the consumption of coffee and vegetables counteracts the spread of COVID-19. In addition, the fact that they have had effective breastfeeding intervened. The scope of the analysis was 37,988 people aged between 40 and 70 years, of which 6,458 subjects had the virus.
On the other hand, the behavior that the individual acquires with respect to health, that is balanced diet, physical appearance, and even their emotional behavior. All of these factors affect the patient's immunology. This behavior has been linked to the high chances of being infected. Regarding the consumption of vegetables, fruits, fish, processed meats, red meats, coffee, and tea have been established as the nutritional values in these patients.
COVID-19 Has Caused Variability in Coffee Prices
There is a big commotion between the market and the requirement for coffee because it fluctuates on the rise. The International Coffee Organization recorded an increase in the supply of 8.6 percent in March, an estimated average of $161.92 per pound. However, Colombia has reduced employee mobility and only 87% of coffee delivery centers are open. In addition, there is a decrease in an operational capacity, according to a publication made in the Magazine Series Coffee Break No. 2 of the year 2020.
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On the other hand, it is feasible to take into account that delays in supplies bring a negative result in the quality of coffee. In addition, there was a 28% drop in the collection in Colombia. This could lead to high costs and decrease the implementation of fertilizers and pesticides, leading to low production performance.
On the contrary, in the demand sector, the health crisis brought with it uncontrolled purchases. This produced a severe blow to coffee intake, with sales soaring. However, the lack of income in households caused users to move to other cheaper markets.
From Coffee Shop to Home
The pandemic transformed people's perspectives and current preferences about coffee. That is why Crossover Magazine published a market study of Cold Brew Coffee, where they analyze the different nuances of growth towards 2030. The analysis revealed that demand increased by 129% versus market development by 26% in the United States. In addition, it is easy to prepare, ready to go, and requires no handling, ideal in times of COVID-19.
In short, the report is oriented toward a trend of constant expansion, with an interesting dynamic in different types of coffee, tea, and infusions. It also strengthens the economic market, generating a wide global reach and emphasizes the boom in demand.