Does coffee make you age faster?

Does coffee make you age faster?

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  1. Good news for coffee drinkers, it does not make you age. The down side is it does promote elevated cortisol levels which is associated with belly fat. Cortisol is always there and necessary for certain functions. I recall years ago that a certain diet limited caffeine in take and the reason cortisol. Another problem with caffeine is that it can cause hypertension. This is affects people who suffer from that problem. Enjoy your morning coffee. It’s one of the few pleasures in life we can enjoy with no consequences.
    what does make us age is our loss of cells. They can only divide and replicate a fixed number of times then die. As we age we have less cells which results in loose skin, reduced functions and poor health for many. two things responsible for this are telomeres and an enzyme called telomerase. The explanation is long so anyone interested in why we age can learn some facts here. Telomere

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  2. No coffee doesn’t make you age faster. It can however act like a diuretic and prevent you from holding on to water, so your skin can look aged or prune like. Alcohol has a similar effect. Just keep hydrated and you will be fine. All this is outweighed by all of the positive benefits of coffee
    13 Proven Health Benefits of Coffee (No. 1 is My Favorite)

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  3. Not that I know of, drinking more coffee has been shown to lower your risk for dying (mortality), from Association of Coffee Consumption With Mortality Among Nonwhite Populations

    Does coffee make you age faster?

    It’s true as well for Europeans see Coffee Drinking and Mortality in 10 European Countries

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  4. That’s a good question, mate, especially for us coffee lovers. Coffee doesn’t make us age faster, but it does make us look old, especially if we don’t hydrate ourselves often.
    Remember that coffee is a diuretic, which causes you to urinate more frequently. This can lead to dehydration and cause your skin to look dry and wrinkled. In addition, coffee can also stain your teeth, making them appear yellow and dull.
    Drinking coffee can also affect your health by slowing down the healing process and lowering the effectiveness of some medicine you take. It can also cause an increase in blood pressure and heart rate.
    Finally, if you drink too much coffee, it can give you the jitters, making you look anxious and stressed.
    If you want to keep your skin looking young and healthy, it’s best to limit your coffee intake or switch to decaf. If you can’t live without your morning cup of joe, try to drink it in moderation and always follow up with a glass of water.
    Hope this helps!

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