Coffee is the most popular drink in the world. Whether it is possible to drink it and in what quantities – I think this question is interesting not only to me, but also to many traders.
The international team of scientists carried out a large-scale research: they combined and analyzed data of more than 200 works devoted to coffee and its properties.
The short result can be formulated as follows: health benefits invigorating aromatic drink carries still more than harm. Specialists used data from observations of tens and hundreds of thousands of people who constantly drink coffee. Summarizing the information studied, experts called a “healthy maximum”: three to four cups of coffee a day for an adult. This amount of drink not only does not harm the body, but also will benefit.
Among positive effects, the researchers named prolongation of life, as well as reducing the risk of heart disease, certain cancers, liver diseases, diabetes, dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s and even depression. We will explain that for this conclusion the data on the health of the coffee-lovers were compared with the data of people who do not drink coffee. It is also noted that among people who drink a decaffeinated drink, similar results were observed, although the positive effect was slightly weaker.
Also experts emphasize that all these conclusions do not belong to two categories of adults: pregnant women, also those who suffer from bone problems and are prone to fractures. As you know, coffee is washing away calcium from the body, so people who know about such problems, it is recommended either to avoid the drink or reduce its consumption. As for pregnant women, in this case, coffee was associated with a decrease in the weight of the baby, as well as the risk of premature birth. The authors add that in most of the meta-analyzes that they used to collect data, the effect of coffee on healthy people without bad habits was studied. In addition, many people are used to drinking very sweet coffee or adding fatty cream to it – it can also have negative consequences, especially for people with excess weight.
More information can be found on the website of the British Medical Journal.
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