Professional Faqs: Is It Fine To Drink Coffee Once A Day?

Professional Faqs: Is It Fine To Drink Coffee Once A Day?

Expert opinion from Felicitas Bouche Ocampo

Nutrition Professor, Bachelor's Human Nutritional Sciences · 5 years of experience · Argentina

Coffee consumption is not a problem if well-tolerated and consumed in controlled quantities. Good quality coffee should be preferred because it contains no sugar added nor extra additives, and contains antioxidants and caffeine. Caffeine content in coffee helps to activate the body. In controlled quantities it is safe for most people. Coffee may be a problem when consumed in excessive quantities and if it is part of an addictive pattern because it may affect sleep quality and cause, for example, heart palpitations.

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Expert opinion from Mantwa Radebe

Master of Science (MSc) In Nutrition · 12 years of experience · South Africa

Yes it is ok, dinking coffee each morning does have several health benefits, but too much can raise your risk of cardiovascular disease. The intake of coffee should only be taken by adults. People with coronary heart diseases should avoid the intake as it might aggravate the condition and interfere with the medication.

Expert opinion from Cassia D Muller

Bechelor in Nutrition · 2 years of experience · Brazil

Yes, coffee is a drink rich in phenolic compounds that improve cardiovascular health and prevent degenerative diseases, in addition to containing caffeine which is an excellent stimulant. Just be careful with the amount to avoid side effects.

Expert opinion from Luciana M. Cherubin

Bachelor in Nutrition · 5 years of experience · Argentina

The FDA has determined that up to 400 mg of caffeine per day (four to five cups of coffee) appears to be safe for most healthy adults.

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