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Are you a true coffee connoisseur? Perhaps you've been addicted to coffee, so no day without coffee.
Coffee has long been a part of social events, business meetings, political negotiations, or the meeting of two lovers who are in love, also interspersed with a cup of coffee or cappuccino. It looks like coffee is part of the life of the world in a variety of situations. I'm sure more people drink a cup of coffee than a glass of wine or champagne.
Most people drink coffee in the morning, at the office and after dinner. Drink coffee and other beverage that contain coffee such as cappuccino or caffè latte become a life style. That’s why a lot of Café or coffee shop provides black coffee, espresso, cappuccino, cafe late, etc. Coffee can make you happy, healthier, richer, and also other side effects.
Millions of people around the world look forward to a cup of coffee whether at home, whilst on the move or at work. The aroma, taste and the sense of feeling “refreshed” after a cup of coffee brings pleasure to many of us, as we go about our daily lives.
Coffee is one of the most widely researched ingredients and the growing body of scientific research shows that coffee, when drunk in moderation (four to five regular size cups a day) is safe for healthy adults and can even have beneficial health implications as part of a healthy diet and physically active lifestyle.
Coffee is a beverage that has worldwide since it was first known in Ethiopia, Africa - then disseminated by the merchant in the Arabian peninsula and spread to Europe, and all over the world.
Coffee is a well-known commodity that makes a lot of rich people because trade coffee beans, coffee grounds or because there are people or companies such as coffee shops they manage in the franchise system.
Although drinking coffee or espresso is a very enjoyable activity, and even can make you happy, excited and eager to move, but you should drink coffee wisely. Do not drink excessive coffee because it could endanger your health.
Medical and scientific organisations around the world advise pregnant women to consume no more than 300 mg of caffeine per day (equivalent to 3 regular size cups of coffee). Recent guidance from the Food Standards Agency in the UK recommends that pregnant women limit their caffeine intake to 200 mg per day (approximately two regular size cups of coffee).
It remains to be seen whether this precautionary point of view will be endorsed by scientific bodies around the world. All sources of caffeine should be considered when considering total daily intake; including coffee, tea, cola drinks, energy drinks and chocolate.
Coffee is one of life's pleasures – enjoyed by billions of people around the world every day. It is clear that for the majority of healthy adults coffee can be enjoyed in moderation (3 to 4 regular size cups a day) helping maintain important body fluid levels as well as increasing alertness; and keeping us going throughout the day.
If you have been over the age of 40, should reduce the portion of your coffee, only a maximum of 3 cups per day. It's just a precaution to prevent the negative effects of coffee you must have mixed with sugar.
Let’s drink coffee wisely.