Is coffee harmful for the heart?

Is coffee harmful for the heart?

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  1. Yes and no. There are two groups, one group people who coffee has mostly positive impacts and another who coffee has possible negative impacts.
    In the first group, people can handle the caffeine in coffee without any issue. In fact, they can drink large amounts of coffee and the main negative impact on their body is it acts as a diuretic and they can become a dehydrated. What they would tell you is that they received positive benefits of motivation or energy from the caffeine.
    In the second group, with little caffeine these people experience a longer and more extreme reaction to the caffeine. They may report that they receive positive benefits like in the first group but they are also at risk for negative heart complications. These people are at risk for heart attacks and heart arrhythmias due to the caffeine alone.
    The difference between these two groups of people lie in their genes. According to a biochemist named Craig Venter, the difference in these two groups of people is the rate the caffeine is metabolized and this is influenced by their genome. Craig Venter was the first person to have his entire genome sequenced. He became a genome expert when as part of his work he sequenced his entire genome.
    The way this works is your genes determine your metabolism. Those with a fast metabolism are in the first group. People think of metabolism as how fast your body burns calories. There is other aspects to a bodily metabolism like how fast it processes drugs. This dictates the drug efficacy and drug tolerances. In this respec…

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  2. In the new study, moderate low drinkers (those WHO consumed 2 or 3 cups a day) raised their risk of getting a coronary failure by hour by drinking a cup of low. however light-weight low drinkers exaggerated their risk of coronary failure by over fourfold with one cup, in keeping with the study.

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  3. No , Coffee is not harmful for heart . Actually drinking coffee moderately is good for heart. Quality coffee is loaded with antioxidants and may have many health benefits. As we know coffee contains caffeine which is stimulant, A cup of coffee contains 100–200 mg caffeine . Coffee is also full of antioxidants.
    It’s often claimed that caffeine can increase blood pressure. This is true, but with a rise of only 3–4 mm/Hg, the effect is small and usually dissipates if you drink coffee regularly. However, it may persist in some people, so keep that in mind if you have elevated blood pressure.
    As per research it is found that coffee reduces risk of heart disease or heart failure .

    Is coffee harmful for the heart?

    Hope this is helpful, Thanks.
    Stay healthy, Stay fit.

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  4. No. Actually, quite the opposite.
    Most recent data shows that people who drink 3 to 5 cups of coffee a day have lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease than those who don’t drink coffee, and intake of 6+ cups has shown no detrimental effect on health and mortality.
    Pretty neat, huh?

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  5. No in fact coffee is good for health having
    Too much create problem have 3 cups a day
    Avoid cola fattypizza alchoal beer as much as
    Possible keep your body lightweight

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  6. Yes of course it is. Its like a drug but also gives you health benefits. It makes you feel way better. Makes you more efficient. But there’s a risk though. If you consume lots of caffeine in a day it makes your life a hell. It also harms you. Therefore you should always take the recommended amount of caffeine in a day. Which is like 2–3 cups of coffee. It depends on the type of coffee.

    Eight O’Clock

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  7. As a coffee lover and heart disease survivor, I have done a lot of reading into this, and also asked my cardiologist his opinion.
    You see, cardiomyopathy is my heart’s disease of choice, and with that, for me, came PVC’s, SVT’s, and Sinus Node arrhythmias (a precursor to AFib). These are all electrical issues in the heart than CAN be aggravated by caffeine.
    My cardiologist’s opinion? Everything in moderation. So, I have one 8oz. c…

    Victor Allen’s

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  8. Coffe have nutraceutics that are good for the heart, especially if filtred with paper filter with retains lipids. Persons with hypertension have to reduce the quantity! I am brasilian and our coffe is strong, with less diluition than in USA, normal people can use 600 ml a day. Hipertensives 300 ml per day.

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  9. With family history of heart disease, and some issues myself, I have done a bit of research on credible websites about coffee and heart disease. It seems like caffeine would be dangerous. There have been studies, and a fair bit of interest in the subject.
    The evidence at this point is that coffee is no risk, even to people with a high risk of heart attack or stroke.

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  10. Coffee’s heart health perks may be related to naturally occurring compounds in coffee beans other than caffeine. Cardiologist traditionally have advised patients to not to drink coffee.
    7Ways coffee may affect your heart:
    Risk of developing heart disease
    Risk of irregular heart beat
    Risk of nutrient deficiency
    Risk of high blood pressure
    Risk of unhealthy cholesterol
    Risk of disturbed sleep
    Risk of cardiac related death.

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  11. While there is often concern about the links between caffeine and heart health, a moderate amount of tea or coffee (four or five cups a day) should be fine for most people. Research shows that this level of caffeine intake shouldn’t be detrimental to your heart health, affect your cholesterol levels or heart rhythm.

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  12. Dear ,
    The stimulatory effects of high caffeine intake may cause your heart to beat faster . It may also lead to altered heartbeat rhythm, called atrial fibrillation, which has been reported in young people who consumed energy drinks containing extremely high doses of caffein
    In the new study, moderate coffee drinkers (those who consumed two or three cups a day) raised their risk of having a heart attack by 60% by drinking a cup of coffee.
    But light coffee drinkers increased their risk of heart attack by more than four times with one cup, according to the study. Little effect was seen among heavy coffee drinkers (those who drank four or more cups per day).

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