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How many cups of coffee per day is just right?

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We often hear that drinking coffee in the right amount and manner can bring about great benefits. So, what is the right amount of coffee considered to be? Let’s explore ‘How many cups of coffee per day is just right?’ in this article with 43 Factory Coffee Roaster!

 

How many cups of coffee should you drink per day for good health?

 

Coffee beans have deeply entrenched themselves in the subconscious and habits of many Vietnamese people. Drinking coffee has become a beauty in a culture that sparks interest and curiosity among foreigners. We often view coffee as a normal beverage, something we can drink anytime we want. However, in terms of health, this mindset can lead to negative consequences.

Coffee contains caffeine, a stimulant of the nervous system. Therefore, to promote health, it’s important for individuals to control their intake of this substance. According to Dr. Ngo Thi Ha Phuong from the National Institute of Nutrition, the amount of coffee consumed per day depends on the total caffeine content in coffee and other caffeinated beverages. Specifically, ‘As recommended by experts, healthy adults should limit their caffeine intake to a maximum of 400 mg per day.’

The caffeine content in a regular cup or packet of coffee can range from at least 50 mg (with instant coffee) to over 100 mg (cappuccino). Dr. Phuong advises: ‘An adult should not consume more than 4 cups of coffee per day depending on the caffeine content. Especially for those with cardiovascular diseases, high blood pressure… or sensitivity to coffee, it’s advisable to consult a doctor before use.

How many cups of coffee per day is just right?

 

How does the number of coffee cups per day affect people’s health?

 

The impact of the number of coffee cups per day on human health has been demonstrated through various studies.

A study conducted by the University of Bologna and Sant’Orsola-Malpighi Hospital (Italy) on over 1,500 individuals showed that drinking 1-3 cups of coffee per day not only does not increase blood pressure as rumored but also helps patients with hypertension maintain lower blood pressure levels.

Previously, a study from the IUF-Leibniz Environmental Medicine Research Institute (Düsseldorf, Germany) indicated that consuming 4 cups of coffee per day could protect heart cells in obese individuals, those at risk of diabetes, and even repair some heart damage.

Another study from the University of São Paulo (Brazil) revealed that only 3 cups per day helped combat plaque buildup in arteries, a factor leading to arterial plaque and potentially causing heart attacks and strokes. With 2-6 cups of coffee or tea per day, scientists from Tianjin Medical University (China) affirmed that users reduced their risk of stroke by up to 32%.

Meanwhile, a 2011 study from Edith Cowan University (Australia) pointed out the coffee’s effect on a growing concern: cognitive decline, associated with premature death without cure, becoming increasingly common. They recommended maintaining a habit of drinking 2 cups per day.

Several other studies have also highlighted the beneficial effects of this beverage on liver and kidney diseases, cancer, and improved sexual and reproductive health through better circulatory function.

This is also a ‘golden’ beverage for those struggling with psychological issues, especially depression. In 2020, Harvard University (USA) published a large-scale study on over 300,000 people, showing that consuming at least 2 cups of coffee per day reduced the risk of developing depression by up to 1/3.

On the contrary, excessive coffee consumption can also lead to negative impacts. If exceeding the recommended number of coffee cups per day, individuals may experience issues with emotional control, digestion, decreased sleep quality,…

How many cups of coffee per day is just right?

 

How to drink coffee for the benefit of your body?

 

In addition to adhering to the number of coffee cups, to reap the benefits of the aroma-filled beans, coffee drinkers also need to consume it properly: Avoid drinking on an empty stomach, refrain from drinking too late at night, etc.

Above, 43 Factory Coffee Roaster has provided readers with expert advice on the number of coffee cups per day. Coffee is not just a beverage for socializing with friends; it also holds the key to resolving some health issues for individuals.

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