1. Dose
There is not yet a definite size for the dose of coffee may be consumed. However, most studies reveal that drinking 300 mg of caffeine (about 1 to 3 cups of coffee a day) no negative effects on most healthy people.

2. Danger Signals
While sipping coffee is tasted fine, but often followed by guilt million. Know the danger signals of coffee so that we know when to stop drinking coffee. Danger signals include: restlessness, palpitations, sleep disorders and mood disorders (eg, irritability). A coffee drinkers who stop drinking coffee may experience "caffeine withdrawal" which is characterized by throbbing head pain, but the symptoms will disappear after 24-48 hours or get a new dose of caffeine.

3. Listen Body Response
Everyone has their own limits on the consumption of caffeine. Most people can consume 2 cups of coffee a day with no problems. But some are having bad effects with the same amount of coffee consumption. Someone told me after drinking a cup of coffee could not sleep all night, instead there were fast asleep after drinking coffee. So, the best way is to listen to the body's own response!

4. Recognize Caffeine Content
After knowing the dose and the response of the body, it helps us to know the content of caffeine in products that often we consume. In order not to copy the recommended dose has been reached, but we still consume other products that contain caffeine so feel the bad effects of coffee. Some other products that need to be considered caffeine content such as: soft drinks, candy coffee, tea, chocolate, headache medicine.

Method of processing (roasting and brewing) also affects the content of caffeine in coffee. For example, one study showed that a cup of coffee at Starbucks contains an average of 259 mg of caffeine compared to coffee with the type and size of the same cup at Dunkin Donuts which only contains 149 mg of caffeine.

From other research, decaf coffee (coffee without caffeine) for those who are obese because it can raise HDL ("good" cholesterol) of approximately 50%. While those who are not obese can actually lower HDL cholesterol can increase the risk of heart disease.

5. Coffee Mix
Five milligrams of calcium is lost for every 6 ounces of coffee consumed. But the loss of calcium can be overcome by adding 2 tablespoons of milk or make espresso latte. Meanwhile, mix the coffee with alcohol less well, especially in people with liver disorders and coffee with cream mixture should also be avoided to reduce the excess calories. Caffeine also interacts with some drugs. For those who are taking medication, you should consult your doctor.

Many thought the coffee was the best friend cigarettes. Eits, make no mistake. A true coffee drinkers do not smoke! Smoking may reduce the pleasure of coffee you know ...

6. Anti-Coffee Group
The following groups are advised to avoid coffee: pregnant women, children, the elderly, people with heart and blood vessel disease (eg, hypertension). Well, if you've included in this group, forget the coffee!

7. Check Up
Make periodic checks on health, in this case is a measure of blood pressure. The earlier hypertension is known, the better for subsequent management.

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