Is coffee good for your digestive system?

Is coffee good for your digestive system?

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  1. When I was in Ooty, temp was so low and e perience Ed chillies, my hands were trembling, I took a cup of coffee.
    Generally we do not take coffee as it contains caffeine, a nerve stimulant, that makes us addicted to it.
    My stomach is strong enough to digest and pose no problem to such unwanted foods,

  2. No matter how hard it is over the day, or how sad we feel, or whatever is the situation we are facing, a cup of coffee always works. A coffee lover can relate this much better, as coffee is essential for them to get up from the bed in the morning or some people even can’t freshen up without having a coffee in the morning. Moreover, it is also helpful in keeping us active or awake during the afternoon.
    But as we all know excess of anything is harmful, hence excess consumption of coffee in a day can affect your digestive system badly. Caffeine increases the amount of acid in your stomach and may cause heartburn or upset stomach. Extra caffeine doesn’t get stored in your body either. It’s processed in the liver and exits through your urine. This is why you might have an increase in urination shortly after having caffeine.
    Hence, limit the everyday consumption of coffee and consult with your doctor in case of acid reflux.
    Stay tuned! stay healthy!

  3. Yes, very good for your liver which is a major part of your digestive system ,maybe 2 coffees a day in the morning seems to be good.
    Also coffee helps to stop and reverse cirrhosis of the liver. Provided no more alcohol is consumed.
    Too much coffee can cause scintillating scotoma, visual disturbances like a shimmering light effect even when your eyes are closed.

  4. It’s perfectly healthy to go to the bathroom a couple times a day, so drinking coffee can actually be beneficial for maintaining regular bowel movements. … Drinking coffee will affect digestion, for sure, but taking these measures can reduce the likelihood of such bowel extremities.
    In some cases because of coffee’s acidity, it can adversely affect the lining of your stomach and intestines. If you drink a lot of coffee over an extended period, it may worsen some existing conditions that you may already have. It can worsen the symptoms often associated with gastritis and reflux.
    While the coffee and digestion evidence isn’t strong enough to suggest the brew can actually help break down food more efficiently, a July 2017 study outlined how caffeine stimulates release of stomach acid. In turn stomach acid is needed to aid in the digestion of proteins .


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