Poor coffee can be poisonous:
There can be a lot of impurities in low quality coffee, which can lead to nausea, headache, or a general bad feeling. If your coffee is made from beans that have been over ripped or otherwise spoiled, this can happen.
You can turn your cup toxic with even one ruined bean. If you’re saving and buying good quality, you don’t have to think about specialty coffee.
Coffee will get you killed:
Yes, if in a short session, you drink 80-100 cups (23 liters). This dosage is fatal, and the amount of caffeine in your body is 10-13 grams. However before you reach this stage, since 23 liters of any liquid is a lot, you will be vomiting most of it out. You can also be killed by swallowing 23 liters of water.
Insomnia and restlessness may be caused by coffee:
Again the caffeine here works. 400 milligrams is the recommended optimal dose of caffeine, around the amount you’ll get from 4 cups of coffee. Be careful with coffee if you’re caffeine-sensitive. You’re probably already aware of what quantity and what kind of coffee suits are appropriate for you or not. In fact, the amount of caffeine safe for human consumption is written in our DNA.
If you’re pregnant, don’t drink more than one cup a day:
Studies have been controversy about the impact of coffee on a fetus, but one thing is certain if you drink coffee while pregnant, caffeine can enter the fetus as well and your baby is highly sensitive to caffeine. So if you’re a heavyweight coffee drinker and you can’t quit drinking it when you’re pregnant, limit your coffee consumption to one cup a day at least.
Please opt for filtered coffee if you have high cholesterol:
Cafestol and kahweol, two ingredients that tend to increase LDL cholesterol levels, are present in coffee beans. The coffee filtering traps most of the LDL, but cafestol and kahweol are used in “cooked coffee” in espresso, Turkish coffee, French press, and Scandinavian style. (The intake of LDL from a cup of espresso is still so limited that it would not be at risk for people with normal levels of cholesterol. Several preliminary diagnostic studies have found signs that cafestol and kahweol could have some positive anti-cancer effects and are safe for your liver.
Coffee may increase bedwetting for children:
One study recorded that 5-7-year-old children’s intake of caffeine can increase enuresis a.k.a. bedwetting.
Poor coffee can be poisonous. Insomnia and restlessness may be caused by coffee. If you’re pregnant, don’t drink more than one cup a day. Please opt for filtered coffee if you have high cholesterol.