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Coffee, everybody’s favorite morning pick-me-up, is good for you. That is the ____________________ (1 CONCLUDE) drawn by researchers at the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania. A team led by Dr. Joe Vinson determined coffee to be a rich source of antioxidants and the biggest provider of these ____________________ (2 ESSENCE) vitamins in the U.S. diet. Antioxidants are believed to help battle cancer and contribute to an array of additional health benefits ____________________ (3 INCLUDE) minimizing cell damage and the effects of ____________________ (4 AGE). They are particularly abundant in fruits and vegetables. Dr. Vinson said both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee provides similar antioxidant levels. He emphasized ____________________ (5 MODERATE) and recommended no more than two cups a day. He stated black tea was a good alternative to coffee.
Vinson analyzed the antioxidant content of more than 100 different food items and common beverages. Coffee finished top on the ____________________ (6 BASE) of serving size and frequency of consumption. He qualified his findings by urging people not to rely on coffee as a health drink. He stressed that high antioxidant levels in foods and drinks do not ____________________ (7 NECESSARY) translate into high levels found in the body. The potential health benefits ultimately depend on how antioxidants are absorbed and utilized in our bodies. The known downsides of coffee are that it makes you jittery, causes stomach pains, elevates blood ____________________ (8 PRESS) and can lead to heart problems. Vinson said more research is needed to firmly establish its health benefits.
(Adapted from breakingnewsenglish.com on 29 August 2005)