Coffee Promotes Longevity? Facts and Recipe of Beef Testicle Coffee

Coffee, a drink made from roasted coffee beans and known for its aroma, great taste, and strong stimulating effect, is the most popular hot drink in the world, with over 2 billion cups consumed daily. Its existence dates back to the 15th century and it contains more than 1000 chemical compounds.

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    Habitual coffee drinkers may have a lower risk of cardiovascular and all-cause death.
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    Coffee contains many bioactive compounds such as caffeine and chlorogenic acid that contribute to its health benefits.
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    You can improve the quality of your coffee drink with certain ingredients to maximize your health and performance.

Several studies have been published about the health benefits of coffee intake, including its effect on longevity. Researchers suggest that habitual coffee drinkers have a lower risk of cardiovascular and all-cause death. However, many results are from observational data and are not conclusive.

For many, waking up to the lovely aroma of a freshly brewed coffee cup makes them feel ready for the day and energized for work. Coffee has numerous benefits that can improve your healthspan. An overview of some of its benefits is discussed below, with a recipe to prepare a high-quality cup of goodness.

Bioactive coffee constituents

Coffee contains over a thousand compounds. Some of the compounds have been proven to have possible health effects, such as:


Caffeine is a potent stimulant and bronchodilator that may positively affect long-term memory. The primary goal of caffeine is to fight drowsiness and fatigue. Still, it has other benefits, such as enhancing athletic performance, reducing the risk of obesity, being used in the prevention and treatment of bronchopulmonary dysplasia of premature infants, and it may exert some beneficial effects in Alzheimer’s disease.

Suggested use
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends consuming no more than 400 mg or two to three cups of coffee daily.

Chlorogenic acid

Chlorogenic acid is a polyphenol found in coffee and black tea that may have antioxidant and chemopreventive properties. It improves glucose metabolism and insulin sensitivity which is why it is associated with a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes.


Diterpenes are a class of compounds found in coffee, including cafestol and kahweol. Their beneficial effects include anti-adipogenic (useful in obesity), antidiabetic, and anti-inflammatory properties. They are also known for anticancer effects in some types of cancer, such as colorectal cancer. They however raise cholesterol levels in humans.

Coffee intake and mortality

Due to the many bioactive compounds in coffee, several studies have been conducted to investigate if coffee has positive effects on mortality. Studies have shown a possible association between habitual coffee intake and reduced mortality for cardiovascular and all-cause deaths, including heart disease, accidents, respiratory disease, stroke, injuries, infections, and diabetes.

In a study, 86,214 women and 41,736 men with no history of cardiovascular disease or cancer were followed for 24 years in women and 18 years in men to assess the relationship between coffee intake and cardiovascular mortality, cancer, and all-cause mortality. Their results showed a positive association between moderate coffee intake and all-cause mortality in both women and men.

In another 2022 study, moderate caffeine intake was associated with reduced all-cause mortality among U.S. adults, especially in overweight individuals.

However, there are no conclusive results, and researchers have mentioned that association does not prove causation, meaning there is no direct link between coffee intake and mortality.

Recipe for a high-quality biohacker coffee cup

The goal of biohacking coffee is to get the best out of it and improve your health and performance. You do not need sugar, milk, or cream to prepare a high-quality and tasty cup of coffee. Surprised?

This new beef testicle coffee recipe from the Chief Biohacker of Biohacker’s Center, co-author of the Biohacker’s Handbook, and founder of the Biohacker’s summit Teemu Arina’s will show you just how possible it is to prepare your coffee differently and with more health benefits.


  • Organic coffee (suitable amount for a cup).
  • 1 tbsp of unsalted grass-fed butter.
  • 1 tbsp caprylic acid medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) oil.
  • 1 tbsp bone marrow fat.
  • 1 tsp Lion’s Mane mushroom extract.
  • 1 tbsp Biomed Wildcrafted Reindeer Bone Broth (nutritious food that contains protein, collagen, and minerals like calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus. It helps to improve bone and joint health, promote weight loss, and improve your hair, skin, and nails).
  • 1 tsp Lion’s Mane Neuroliposome.
  • 1 tbsp Nord Code collagen powder.
  • 1 tsp BCM-95 curcumin extract.
  • One beef testicles supplement capsule.
  • 1 tbsp nut butter.
  • A sweetener of your choice.
  • Vanilla flavor.
  • 200 ml hot water.


  • Brew your coffee in a suitable preparation device (French press, Aeropress, Chemex, or dripper) and filter it into a blender for 1-5 minutes.
  • Add butter, MCT oil, and the other ingredients to the blender and blend at full speed for 20-30 seconds.
  • Pour the coffee into a cup and add a pinch of vanilla flavor.
  • Enjoy!

A closer look at the recipe ingredients

The ingredients are natural ingredients and biohacker supplements that promote health and performance. The idea behind the recipe is to get the best out of your coffee and get in as many nutrients as possible with a cup.

The MCT oil, for example, does not contain palm kernel. It converts rapidly into energy and perfectly fits a ketogenic diet.

Another example is the Lion's Mane Neuroliposome which contains two potent constituents, Erinacine and Hericenone, known as nerve growth factors and targeted for nourishing the brain.

Talk with your doctor first if you’re interested in trying out this recipe, especially if you have an underlying condition.

Coffee lovers are everywhere, with over 2 billion cups of coffee consumed daily. The good news is that coffee drinkers may have a reduced risk of cardiovascular and all-cause death. Although many of the findings are not conclusive, they are reassuring. You can level up your coffee game and maximize its benefits by trying out the new biohacker’s recipe for improved health and performance.


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Carlos Atwell Carlos Atwell
prefix 30 days ago
Who in their right mind puts testicles in coffee? Sounds like some voodoo if you ask me.
Dovid kaleky Dovid kaleky
prefix 1 month ago
Sure. Who's going to make that? It's a joke it was even printed.