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Advantages and disadvantages of coffee

  1. Every year an average of about 148 liters of coffee is consumed per person. Ever since the inception of coffee, users have been tumbling over each other with theories about the pros and cons of the caffeine-rich drink. But does coffee really help to get rid of a hangover? And can you become addicted to it?

  1. The consequences of coffee and coffee consumption have been researched for years. Especially the most important ingredient, caffeine, is the subject of discussion. Not entirely wrong, because caffeine has an important disadvantage. More on that later. There are also a lot of benefits to be found, such as the fact that caffeine helps with weight loss.

Benefit of Caffeine

  1. Caffeine accelerates heart rate and breathing and increases body temperature. In other words, it increases energy expenditure and speeds up the release of fats into the bloodstream. And that is useful for weight loss. Furthermore, thanks to the caffeine, coffee provides a nice and fit feeling, so that it distracts the attention of a body that is crying out for calories because of weight loss.

Sharpness and energy

  1. Another advantage: caffeine provides sharpness and energy, which is very useful during workouts that aim to burn fat. It also increases concentration and reduces feelings of fatigue. Caffeine also helps to suppress muscle pain and reduces the risk of skin cancer. Furthermore, the light works life-extending and ensures that hair follicles stay alive longer, so that baldness is delayed. Beyond caffeine, benefits are also attributed to coffee in general. For example, it protects the brain from aging, inhibits blood clots and lowers cholesterol. Coffee also fights Parkinson's disease and chronic liver diseases and protects against diabetes.

Dependent

  1. It doesn't make coffee a panacea, because it does have a significant drawback to using it. Caffeine makes you psychologically dependent. Anyone who drinks more than three cups of coffee a day and suddenly quits should feel the consequences. Headache and concentration problems are the most common complaints. They are withdrawal symptoms that usually last for five to ten days.

In moderation

  1. As with everything else, drinking coffee should be done in moderation. Numerous scientific research has shown that moderate consumption of coffee (maximum three cups of 200 to 250 milliliters per day) has no negative health effects. Coffee does not absorb moisture from the body and therefore does not help against a hangover: you will have to sweat the alcohol out. Furthermore, there is no link between drinking coffee daily and a higher risk of death. On the contrary: especially coffee-drinking women have a lower risk of death than non-coffee-drinking women.

Decaffeinated

  1. Some people are sensitive to coffee, or rather caffeine. Caffeine improves concentration and alertness, because it has a mild stimulating effect on the central nervous system. Especially in the evening this can be experienced as less pleasant and even lead to insomnia, ringing in the ears or dizziness. The solution is simple: decaffeinated coffee. Coffee substitutes are widely sold, but they have a completely different composition than the original product. People who don't want to drink coffee, but want to enjoy the benefits of caffeine, can also take tea or cola. They do contain less caffeine (tea an average of 30 milligrams and cola 18 milligrams against 80 milligrams for filter coffee). Even now, drink in moderation, because too much cola produces too much sugar. And that makes it difficult to concentrate. Not to mention the consequences for the line and your teeth ...

  2. Some people are sensitive to coffee, or rather caffeine. Caffeine improves concentration and alertness, because it has a mild stimulating effect on the central nervous system. Especially in the evening this can be experienced as less pleasant and even lead to insomnia, ringing in the ears or dizziness. The solution is simple: decaffeinated coffee. Coffee substitutes are widely sold, but they have a completely different composition than the original product. People who don't want to drink coffee but want to enjoy the benefits of caffeine can also take tea or cola. They do contain less caffeine (tea averages 30 milligrams and cola 18 milligrams compared to 80 milligrams for filter coffee). Also n



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