It has been confirmed that some of them bring benefits such as :
Reduced risk of liver cancer
Reduced risk of uterine cancer
Reduction in the incidence of cardiovascular disease
Reduction in the incidence of type 2 diabetes
Reduction in the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease
On the negative side, a correlation has been found between coffee consumption and cholesterol increase, but in general the international scientific community agrees that if not consumed in excessive doses coffee has an overall positive effect on our health.
that coffee brings to our health is that it can turn a slight case of insomnia into a Dantean hell for the unfortunate person who should underestimate its effects.
In fact it is estimated that more than 70% of cases of insomnia are due to the abuse of caffeine by people who do not adequately understand its effects.
Caffeine is processed and removed from our body 50% every eight hours. This means that if we drink coffee at 4 p.m., at midnight we will still have half of the caffeine ingested in our bodies. This, when combined with other factors, can exacerbate sleep disorders that in turn adversely affect our health in a myriad of different ways.
I roast and consume a lot of coffee for a living, but I always try to communicate clearly to my customers the risks associated with consuming coffee in an unregulated way.