In today’s urban society, there is as much fuss and discussion about coffee as there has ever been before. Many have a habit of drinking coffee before starting their daily routine, after lunch or after a lazy afternoon.
Coffee is rich in antioxidants. These help our body cells to stop mixing harmful toxins and chemicals. The caffeine content of coffee helps to increase people’s freshness and sports activities.
However, after drinking coffee, various problems will appear in the body, and even fatal diseases will set in. Many people who drink coffee regularly have to listen to this. Especially those who like coffee. There are many ideas about drinking coffee, 90 percent of which are wrong. Caffeine in coffee is a natural substance found in the leaves, seeds and fruits of more than 63 plant species worldwide.
Coffee is a very popular beverage worldwide. Coffee contains a stimulant called caffeine. 8 ounces of coffee contains about 135 mg of caffeine. Coffee The caffeine in coffee has a stimulating effect on people and acts as a stimulant.
High levels of caffeinated beverages (energy drinks) have recently been developed and are gaining immense popularity. One of the most well-known effects of coffee is its ability to act as a stimulant to temporarily delay fatigue. This effect can sometimes cause insomnia. But there is an urgent need to verify the notion that drinking coffee will cause many more diseases in the body.
Myth-1: Coffee can make you addicted temporarily.
There is no research that proves that you can become addicted to coffee if you drink only a limited amount. According to experts, since caffeine stimulates your nervous system, if you drink coffee regularly, you may feel some dependence on it. But if you have one or two cups of coffee in your daily drink, then there is absolutely no need to worry about addiction.
Myth 2: Coffee does not increase the risk of cancer.
Scientific studies have now shown that caffeine does not increase the risk of cancer. A review of data from two recent surveys of large numbers of people in Norway and Hawaii found that there was no correlation between regular coffee or tea consumption and cancer risk.
Concept: Coffee does not cause problems in pregnancy.
Although doctors recommend that pregnant women drink a limited amount of coffee. However, there is no evidence that women who are trying to conceive should avoid it. There is no direct relationship between fertility and caffeine. A limited amount of coffee may be consumed before or during pregnancy, unless you are experiencing certain physical complications.
Myth: Coffee does not increase the risk of heart disease.
Coffee never increases the risk of cardiovascular disease. Although there are various ideas about this, it is important to know that drinking coffee does not increase the level of cholesterol in the body at all or it is not the cause of irregular heartbeat. Only people with high blood pressure should decide to have regular coffee according to their doctor’s advice.
Coffee is actually a type of cherry fruit:
The seeds that are brewed to produce coffee are actually roasted seeds of a type of fruit, which is called coffee cherry. If you bite the main cherry fruit inside the coffee, the seed will split into two ovals. According to the National Coffee Organization of the United States, 5% of the world’s coffee contains a seed called ‘Piberi’. This ‘Piberi’ national coffee is distinguished by hand. This type of coffee bean is famous for its strong taste and excellent blend.
Sources: Anandabazar and BBC Bangla.