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Is Coffee bad for your health?

Updated: Mar 7

Although coffee may be your go-to beverage before working out or in the morning, is it heart-safe?

As long as you don't abuse your addiction, research reveals that coffee may not only be safe for your heart but may even boost heart health.

Coffee is one of the most popular drinks worldwide, hence, it is the subject of extensive research. Researchers who examined the lifestyles of over 390,000 individuals discovered that moderate coffee (and tea) consumption was linked to a risk reduction of up to 35 percent for both chronic respiratory conditions and cardiovascular disease.

The poison is in the dose, as with most things. Two to three cups of coffee and tea a day seem to activate the benefits. On the other hand, consuming six or more cups of coffee per day can raise your risk by as much as 25%.

The majority of people are shocked to find that studies indicate coffee does not raise your heart rate dangerously. Premature atrial contractions and premature ventricular contractions are the two forms of heart palpitations. While the other is benign, the first is linked to health problems. Because caffeine can alter heart rate, coffee can trigger the benign type, but as long as your heart is healthy, this doesn't indicate that anything is wrong with you or that you're in danger.

Of course, there's no need to press the matter if drinking too much coffee gives you headaches, an upset stomach, or jitteriness. Consume as much as suits your mood. It is safe to consume up to 400 milligrams (about four cups) of coffee each day, according to an additional study.


This article was written by Michael R. Grigsby, one of the News Editor for LCTI, LLC. Michael is passionate about the outdoors, photography, strength sports, bodybuilding, and powerlifting, and he is dedicated to bringing you accurate and insightful news reports on a wide range of topics. He loves connecting with readers and is always happy to answer any questions you may have.

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There’s coffee and then there’s coffee. Dark, medium……. Does that affect what’s a healthy amount or no?

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The roast level of coffee doesn't significantly impact its health effects. The key lies in moderation and individual tolerance.

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