The Coffee is an unavoidable item in life for many, especially for few without this can't even get up from the bed.
But be cautious: No doubt coffee gets the most attention, and at the same time notice that it contains more than a thousand compounds, most of which affect your body badly.
Coffee specially the caffeinated king-cab have unpleasant side effects if you drink in excess, irritability insomnia are some of the effects. Coffee especially the Filtered one espresso can also raise your cholesterol level.
Drinking in excess for example for or more cups a day may increase bone loss and will be in a higher risk for hip fracture.
Doctors says, "limit your coffee intake to a minimum of three or even less a day will be more safe.
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People with diabetes should reduce or even stop drinking this. If not caffeine can temporarily raise blood sugar level. More and more evidence are showing coffee to higher blood pressure, too, so you may have to avoid it for a better life.
I hate coffee.
But you like ha ha ha
Thanks PV for the feedbackDelete
Thank you so much for dropping in.
and for the good words
I thought coffee was supposed to be good for you -- the latest information seems to lean in that direction.ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot for dropping and for the feedback.
Yes, the research says so, but still we are all
habituated to it and in a moderate intake is good
I truly enjoy a good cup of coffee in the morning and have for years. It's good stuff, if you ask me.ReplyDelete
Thanks M J for dropping in,
Of course, I am sure many are with you or in your list of coffee lovers. But make sure that you better moderate LOL
C U Then
I never got used to the bitter taste of coffee; don't drink the stuff. My weakness in the morning is sweets; occasionally including chocolate. :D Nice to meet you Ann.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your kind visit,
Good to know about your tastes too,
Yes, good to speak to you too,
Is it the espresso in the espresso drinks that raises cholesterol, or all the other stuff that goes into the drinks (milk, syrup, chocolate, etc.)? Interesting.ReplyDelete