Several studies in the past have shown that the regular intake of coffee can reduce one’s risk of risk of developing diabetes, mental illness, many cancers, and overall mortality. However, there had been no scientific studies done that links coffee to reduced appetite. And this is exactly what Matt Schubert, a Ph.D. candidate, and Associate Professor Ben Desbrow, both from the Centre for Health Practice Innovation, Griffith University, Australia would like to find out. Schubert and Desbrow are currently recruiting participants for the ongoing study. They are looking for healthy, non-smoking 18 to 45 year-olds with no chronic diseases or special diets.
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