Head, coffee coffee. Drink all the beer you want – up to the sixth cup. That's absorbs too far, says a new research from the University of South Australia.
Previous research has shown that drinking coffee is good for you – a 2017 study found that taking four or more cups every day can reduce your risk of death – and while not being ignored, you can stop in five cups. Recent research has shown that taking six or more cups a day increases the risk of heart disease by 22%.
Caffeine is the culprit
This is the caffeine that the culprit – it can do too much damage to you as a hummingbird and cause high blood pressure, which can cause heart disease. "Most people will agree that if you are taking a lot of coffee, you may feel lonely, irritable or maybe you'll get sick ̵
Research is based on data from 347,077 adults in the United Kingdom between the ages of 37 and 73.
"We also know that the risk of cardiovascular disease increases with high pressure of blood, a known result of excessive use of caffeine, "says Professor Hyppönen. "In order to maintain a healthy heart and a healthy blood pressure, people should limit their coffee to fewer than six cups a day – based on our data that's six tipping points where caffeine has begun to negatively affect cardiovascular risk. "
Nothing is too good – try switching to decaf later in the day. Or choose a lovely decaffeinated tea.
The study was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition .