Great news! A question I am often asked and one that is still subject to confusion due to the conflicting advice we are bombarded with is ‘Should I drink coffee?’ A study, reviewing over 200 studies recently published in the British Medical Journal found that drinking 3-4 cups of coffee a day has been linked with a lower likelihood of heart problems as well as a reduced risk of certain cancers, including prostrate, endometrial, skin and liver cancer as well as type 2 diabetes. ☕️👍🏻☕️
☕️I personally have 1 to 2 cups of good quality coffee per day in the morning and very rarely after lunchtime, either black or a cappuccino without too much milk. If you’re still having sugar in your coffee (or tea), giving that up is something well worth working on! 😉
How’s your coffee habit? Are you encouraged by this study? I certainly am!! ☕️
☕️I recently wrote a blog post where, although I also concluded 3-4cups a day can be beneficial, the article also highlights the ways that coffee can “mess with your head”....have a read. Link in bio. .
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