World News – UA – International Coffee Day 2020: Coffee Myths and Facts You Need to Know


International Coffee Day is celebrated on October 1 to celebrate the love of coffee around the world It also aims to support millions of farmers whose livelihoods depend on the coffee plantation Many struggle to start their day without coffee Even though it is one of the most favorite drinks in the world, there are many people who do not fully know it Drinking coffee can offer several benefits and an excess of this drink can cause several side effects Many drink several cups of coffee throughout the day But how well do you know your cup of coffee? If you are one of the coffee lovers, here are some coffee myths and facts you need to know

The reason people drool over coffee is because of the caffeine present Consuming a lot of caffeine can lead to dehydration which automatically makes it look like coffee is causing dehydration But that’s totally a myth. moderate coffee consumption will not lead to dehydration

Drinking coffee will not cure a hangover The compounds in coffee do not reduce the effect of alcohol and in fact drinking coffee can make your hangover headache worse Coffee increases blood pressure blood pressure and if your head already hurts, coffee does not cure it but intensifies it

Coffee may help you eat less but it certainly cannot help you lose weight It may have a small contribution to increasing your metabolism, but long term weight loss is not possible by just drinking coffee

It is perfectly acceptable to drink coffee if you are pregnant but you should limit its daily consumption.But you should consult your doctor before adding coffee to your diet during pregnancy

Moderate coffee consumption does no harm to anyone with heart disease Too much coffee increases your blood pressure, which ultimately increases your heart rate and puts you at higher risk of heart disease So you can limit your daily caffeine consumption to keep your heart healthy Patients with heart disease should have their diet monitored by their doctor

Eating healthy coffee can really do you good! Coffee May Lower Your Risk Of Heart Disease, Stroke And Diabetes According To Studies

Good coffee consumption is known to reduce the risk of Parkinson’s disease and its effects Many studies have also shown that caffeine reduces the risk by around 30%

Caffeine consumption instantly makes your mind alert and your body energetic and active Thus, coffee really improves your physical performance

Coffee has an impact on the central nervous system and helps the brain make more dopamine (a neurochemical), which increases your ability to focus and maintain your concentration

Coffee is a good source of antioxidants and is loaded with them These antioxidants help us prevent many harmful diseases, including cancer

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