Asked by: Effie Bartolettiasked in category: Drink Last Updated: 15th November,2021
Are there any myths about drinking a cup of coffee?
Furthermore, Why is coffee not the same as a pill?
But… a cup of coffee contains a lot of things over and above the caffeine. Not just water, but antioxidants, and hundreds of other compounds. These are the reasons drinking a cup of coffee is not the same as taking a caffeine pill. And decaffeinated coffee has a lot less caffeine; but, it still contains some.
Just so, What should you know about coffee and health? There are a few things to consider when deciding whether you should drink coffee. No one food or drink will make or break your long-term health. Caffeinated coffee is not recommended for: People with arrhythmias (e.g. irregular heartbeat)
Also question is, How many people died from drinking too much coffee?
During the 10-year follow-up period, around 14,200 participants died, however, the researchers found that those with a higher level of coffee intake lived for longer.
Beside this, Do you live longer if you drink 3 cups of coffee a day?
Drinking three cups of coffee a day may help you live longer, according to a study of almost half a million people from 10 European countries. The research, published in the journal the Annals of Internal Medicine, suggests an extra cup of coffee could lengthen a person's lifespan - even if it is decaffeinated.