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Based on the latest science, filtered coffee is actually helpful for your health.

This dark liquid of heaven which raises you from the dead every Monday morning also happens to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, protects us from liver cancer, and a new Japanese study even suggests death.

Coffee contains phytoestrogens, which are a form of “out of body” estrogen, but not to worry, a 2010 meta-analysis claims phytoestrogens have no effect on the testosterone levels in men. Furthermore they have no effect on sperm concentration, count or mobility and there have been no observable changes in testicular or ejaculate volume. 

Drink on warriors, drink on. 

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