Growing interest in the health impacts of coffee
Coffee is a widely consumed and at the same time one of the most researched beverages around the world. Medical researchers and nutritionists have long been active in studying the potential health impacts of coffee and its components. The European department in charge of food safety (EFSA) confirmed in its scientific assessment last year that the caffeine in coffee is connected with mental and physical performance.
We consider it important that significant and scientifically valid research data is distributed to healthcare professionals. For this reason we participate in the work of the ISIC (Institute for Scientific Information on Coffee). ISIC is a non-profit organisation founded in 1990, which performs independent scientific research into coffee and health and actively distributes research data for the use of healthcare professionals through websites. www.coffeeandhealth.org