Science Coffee

Tommie Shuffled, John Lee 25th September, 2013[liners Date] Introduction When I first knew that I was going to write about coffee, I thought: Oh yeah, this is going to be easy. When I started working on the essay, I found that it was NOT easy at all. My research answers had to be factually correct, and I needed to use my own words to avoid being accused of plagiarism. Since this is my first time writing a factual essay, I faced loads of pressure, including pressure from all the other subjects ND tests.

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In my former school, we Just handed in our tasks the next day after the homework was given, instead of holding on to it for so long (This made me worry a lot). I then tried to overcome this fear by telling myself: I can do it if I try hard! We’re all in this together! In the end, I managed to overcome my fears and completed my essay. Table of Contents Coffee: A little Story by ME MANY people love coffee, from 10 to 100, they all drink coffee! From vanilla flavor to mocha to chocolate and more! There are also many ways to make coffee! In my pinion, coffee tastes bitter most of the time.

Therefore I don’t think I will drink coffee for the next 10 years (“well let’s see about that”). What is Coffee? Coffee is a brewed beverage made from roasted seeds of many different kinds of species of an evergreen shrub of the genus Coffee. The two most common sources of coffee bearers are Coffee Arabica, and the “Robusta” form of the hardier Coffee camphor. Coffee plants are cultivated in over 70 countries, primarily in equatorial Latin America, Southeast Asia, Maldives, and Africa, known as the Coffee Belt. Once ripe, coffee “berries” are picked, processed, and dried.

The seeds are then roasted to varying degrees, depending on the desired flavor, before being ground and brewed to create coffee. Coffee is slightly acidic and can give stimulation to unman Owe to ten catalane Insane ten coffee Dean. It Is one AT ten most consumed drinks in the world. It can be prepared and presented in a variety of ways. Caffeine: How it Works 1 . In your brain, there is a chemical called Adenosine and it only wants to be with certain receptors. When these two get together, you get drowsy. . When Caffeine shows up, it attaches to the receptors so that Adenosine cannot. . Your pituitary gland sees this and thinks that there is an emergency, so it tells the adrenal glands to produce adrenaline. In addition, caffeine pumps up your dopamine level. Dopamine level is a chemical called a neurotransmitter. How is Coffee related to us? Pros and Cons of coffee There are several pros and cons of coffee. However, some cons contradict with certain pros, as the con only takes place when a high amount of coffee is consumed. Coffee has anti-oxidant contents. Antioxidant can help to reduce the risk of certain cancers. It also protects you from diabetes.

Coffee also acts as an anti depressant drink and can reduce the chance of depression. It is also good for the heart and liver. It also stimulates our nervous system in the brain to improve work efficiency. However coffee also has its damaging effect on human bodies. Coffee can lead to calcium loss in the body, and may lead to stomachache due to the promotion of gastric acid. Coffee may also affect the chance of pregnancy for women, and is addictive. It can cause nervousness, ulcers and heart damage due to its good stimulation, which will make your heart beat faster.

Solution: As long as you are keeping watch of how much coffee you drink, and drink moderately, coffee will not be able to harm you. Environmental Impacts Coffee tends to grow at high elevations, usually in rugged tropical mountain regions. These types of region are home to many different kinds of species and contribute to “high biodiversity”. When the mountain forest is cut down and turned into fields that grow only one crop, the biodiversity is harmed. According to World Wildlife Fund (WFM), turning forests to a different agriculture can create soil loss and erosion.

Most coffee is grown where the forest is cleared so the coffee grows in rows as a monoculture without forest canopy. With additional fertilizer, it creates the highest total yield of coffee, but eliminates the diversity of animal and insect supporting plants. Economical Impacts Today, over 2. 25 billion cups of coffee are consumed in the world everyday. Around the world, a total of 25 million small producers rely on coffee business for a vying. I ten USA, consumption AT coffee was around IOW letters per cap TA.

More than 150 18 and older Americans drink coffee daily, with 65% of them drinking their beverage in the morning. In 2008, coffee was the number one beverage of choice among convenient store customers. From the results above, we can see that coffee is really important to many people, and the need for coffee is rising. Conclusion: To drink or not to drink? From all the above results and information, we all know that coffee has many unifies in health to your body, and if coffee is drank in an uncontrolled amount, the opposite: the disadvantages may harm you.

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