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Impacts of Drinking Coffee on Health

Drinking coffee in the morning makes a lot of people more conscious. A cup of coffee is one of the best choices to propose to someone and start a relationship. Its bitter taste and fragrance are like love to many. In this article, you will read about the effect of this lovely drink on health.


Scientists have proved that the moderate coffee intake- about 3 to 4 cups per day- supplying 300 to 400 mg per day of caffeine can decrease the risk of some diseases.


Coffee is a source of antioxidants that help our body to resist cancers. Some researchers explain the negative association between using coffee and some kinds of cancers, such as liver and endometrium (inner layer of the uterus).


There is a lot of evidence that reveals coffee consumption can prevent chronic diseases. These illnesses last for years and can limit everyday activities. Type 2 diabetes mellitus is a disease that increases blood sugar. Drinking coffee has a preventive effect on it. Coffee has a positive impact on our neural system. Parkinson's and Alzheimer's are also examples of chronic diseases that coffee drinkers are less likely to have.


Although most studies approved of the benefits of coffee consumption on human health, there are limited investigations that indicate some adverse consequences in specific situations. For example, pregnant women should confine their consumption to less than 200 mg of caffeine, about 2 cups of coffee, in a day because it may have unhealthy effects on the baby and provoke abortion in rare situations. Children should also limit their use because they have lower body weight. So, they have a lower tolerance for drinking coffee.


Some people also cannot bear caffeine nor have cardiovascular diseases such as arrhythmia and coffee increases their heart rate, which is not wholesome for their condition. In addition, caffeine can increase blood pressure. Therefore, it is better for people having hypertension to use decaffeinated coffee to control their disease.


It is stated in an evaluation that filtered coffee has a more profitable effect on ischemic heart disease compared to unfiltered one. There are some harmful components in coffee that, when it is moved from a paper filter, it gets stuck. So, filtered coffee is a reasonable choice to drink daily.


In conclusion, if you do not have those distinct situations, you can enjoy your coffee time with a piece of dark chocolate. It is vital to know the normal range of your daily intake based on your condition.


 


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