Over the years, there have been many studies completed on Coffee. I have gone back and forth about drinking it and not drinking it. In the end, for me, it comes down to everything in moderation.
This aromatic bean contains Magnesium and Vitamin E. Its properties include antioxidant, antibacterial, exfoliating, and stimulating.
- Rich source of anti-cancer agents
- A study has found that coffee contributes more antioxidants – which have been linked with fighting heart disease and cancer – to the diet than cranberries, apples or tomatoes
- Can increase alertness and improve short-term recall
- Coffee increases the effectiveness of pain killers—especially migraine medications—and can rid some people of asthma
- Coffee intake may reduce the occurrence of gallstones and gallbladder disease in men
- Coffee can also reduce the incidence of cirrhosis of the liver and prevent colon and bladder cancers
Based on Drinking Moderate Amounts
As with almost everything in excess, coffee can be potentially harmful too. Coffee has traditionally been seen as the culprit in a long list of ailments. Common sense would of course say that excessive amounts of caffeine in the body can cause such problems as insomnia and heart palpitations. There is also a possibility that too much coffee can cause more toxins and fat build up that may lead to an increase in cellulite deposits. Some coffee concoctions also deliver more calories that may result in a general body fat gain. In this sense, cellulite and coffee seem to be connected in a bad way.
- Possible Risks of Drinking Excessive Coffee
- Increases blood pressure among people who already suffer from high blood pressure
- Causes insomnia, anxiety, and irritability
- Can reduce fertility in women trying to conceive
- Can cause heartburn and indigestion
- Weight gain
- Acid Imbalance in the body
- Essential Mineral depletion
- The negative effects of coffee tend to emerge in excessive drinking so it is best to avoid heavy consumption