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The Future of Coffee with Machine Learning

the top 5 benefits (diet) of drinking coffee

By Augmented ManPublished about a year ago 4 min read
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The morning I can’t wait

It’s my favorite time of day

The aroma of coffee fills the air

I know what you’re thinking: “more on coffee. Seriously?” I hear you. It’s like the caffeine world has gone mad. But, if you’re anything like me, it may be challenging to process all of the arguments for and against drinking coffee — it just seems so polarized!

Have you ever woken up in the morning just feeling great? Coffee is even better than that. It’s almost like an energy drink, mainly because it contains caffeine. I can’t say what exactly makes coffee so great, but there are plenty of reasons why drinking coffee could put a smile on your face for hours or even days at a time!

“Can Coffee Benefit Us?” Possibly Machine Learning Can Help Solve The Matter.

the top 5 obvious and non-obvious benefits of drinking coffee:

1. Caffeine is the most commonly consumed stimulant in the world. It is a well-known fact that caffeine is a psychoactive stimulant drug. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration lists caffeine as a food additive approved as an adjuvant (a substance added to another to modify its properties) to help protect plants from disease and as an animal feed additive for enhancing performance. It has been found that caffeine can block feelings of drowsiness and improve performance on specific short attention tasks, such as those requiring alertness or vigilance.

2. Caffeine helps the body release dopamine, which is a feel-good neurotransmitter. Dopamine is activated when we achieve something, feel rewarded, solve a problem, or think of our children. Dopamine also plays an essential role in the brain’s reward system — it helps control the brain’s ability to feel pleasure. The effect of dopamine on the body is manifested in feelings of euphoria and excitement, sleeplessness, irritability, headaches.

3. Coffee is a good source of antioxidants. Caffeine is a chemical compound found in coffee that can help protect against disease and aging. As we age, we produce less of the antioxidant glutathione, one of the body’s primary defenses against disease and aging. So caffeine may be able to help replenish your body’s supply of glutathione.

4. Coffee boosts the metabolic rate and improves physical performance. Recent studies have revealed that coffee does promote weight loss by speeding up the metabolism and burning fat. In a 12-week study, researchers found that coffee can increase your metabolic rate, boosting it by 3 percent beyond what is expected. This equals about a 16-pound weight loss in a year for an average adult who eats their usual diet while drinking four cups of coffee each day. Coffee may also improve some aspects of physical performance in both athletes and non-athletes alike.

5. There is a correlation between coffee consumption and decreased risk of mortality. In one study, researchers had more than 12,000 participants fill out a food frequency questionnaire. They then tracked the health of these participants for ten years. At the end of the study period, those who consumed two to three cups of coffee per day had a 25 percent lower risk of death from any cause and a 15 percent lower risk of dying from heart disease than those who drank one cup per day or less.

The researchers found that participants who consumed at least four cups of coffee per day had a 64% lower risk of all-cause mortality than those who never or rarely drank coffee https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170827101750.htm

Machine learning is a process where a computer program can use data to learn and make predictions. The more data the computer is exposed to, the better it can learn and make predictions.

Scientists are currently using machine learning to investigate the very complex relationship between disease risk reduction and coffee drinking, below is an example of heart disease

Association Between Coffee Intake and Incident Heart Failure Risk. A Machine Learning Analysis of the FHS, the ARIC Study, and the CHS https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/CIRCHEARTFAILURE.119.006799

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Coffee shops are using machine learning to help their baristas make the perfect cup of coffee. When you order, the barista would be able to tell you the exact steps they are taking to make your drink, and they would know how to make your coffee just the way you like it. For example, if you want your coffee with soy milk, the barista would be able to tell you that they are using soy milk to make your drink.

The future of coffee with machine learning is bright. With the help of these programs, baristas will be able to recommend new drinks that you might never have thought of trying. And with their excellent recommendations, you can always end up finding something new to enjoy!

What can be more perfect than that? You’re getting the drink you want for both your body and mind. It’s just not coffee anymore! Machine Learning is not only used to make your drink but is also used to keep the coffee fresh.

a cup of coffee a day keeps the doctor away ☕


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