The world produces 7 million tonnes of coffee annually

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So far, there are a number of scientific studies on the impact of coffee on human health. It is also known that 7 million tons of coffee are produced annually worldwide. This information tells us that coffee is always a sought after item. It is drunk in huge quantities.
The positive side of coffee
Researchers in Spain have been doing research for 10 years about the positive effects of drinking coffee. They found that coffee consumption had a positive effect on a person’s cardiovascular system and its longevity. They claim that the optimal amount of coffee for a person is up to 4 cups of coffee a day.
The Neurological Mediterranean Institute in Italy has been doing research for four years. The study included 7,000 men. They found that three cups of coffee a day were enough and reduced the chance of getting prostate cancer by 53%.
The period between 9.30am and 11am is the best time for coffee. Then the level of cortisol in the blood decreases. Drowsiness occurs. The basic principle of pharmacology is that you use the medicine when you need it. Otherwise, you can cause tolerance for the drug you are constantly drinking / using. Morning coffee in the same doses will become less effective. That’s why you need to drink coffee all the time. Looking at the drop in cortisol in the body, the second good time (during the day) for coffee is between 1.30pm and 5pm.
The negative sides of coffee
Caffeine at high doses causes cardiac arrhythmias, constriction of blood vessels in the brain, increase in blood pressure, dilation of the bronchi, depression, anxiety and damage to the kidney. 300 mg of caffeine per day is recommended. This dose corresponds to 3 to 4 cups of coffee a day. Average domestic coffee has 100 to 160 mg of caffeine, esspreo coffee has 50-80mg of caffeine, decaffeinated coffee contains 2-5 mg of caffeine per cup of coffee.

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