Coffee drinking is now being connected to the development of heart diseases. Many studies were conducted to prove the relation between coffee intake and heart diseases. According to the Harvard Women's Health Watch, drinking coffee moderately does not pose health risks to the coffee drinker. You can also navigate to this website to know more benefits of coffee online.
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The debate on the effects of the caffeine content in coffee on the development of heart diseases is still under scrutiny. No studies have directly given evidence that coffee especially caffeinated coffees contribute to the risk of heart disease.
On the other hand, drinking coffee has deemed helpful for some because of its health benefits. Studies show that drinking coffee can:
* Reduces the risks of Type 2 Diabetes
* Minimize the development of gallstones because coffees are natural diuretics
* Improve cognitive function
* Provide stamina and endurance in performing daily activities with a long duration.
Experts advise that while no proofs have been submitted to directly prove the relationship between coffee drinking and the development of heart disease, we have to drink coffee in moderation every day because we do not have any idea what dangers can happen if we take too much.
We all know that too much of something is not good. Coffee contains caffeine which is a mild and addictive stimulant. When taken in excess, the caffeine stimulates cardiovascular effects such as increased heart rate, occasional irregular heartbeats, and mild palpitations.