Filter-less coffee contain higher amounts of cafestol and kahweol

These types of filter-less coffee contain higher amounts of cafestol and kahweol, which are found in oil droplets floating in the coffee and the sediment.

Did you know that drinking coffee before breakfast could have negative effect on blood glucose control, study suggests?

Put down your cups. Alternatively, at minimum, put them down till at once after the morning meal.

Do you believe that drinking coffee, even 25 cups a day, not bad for the heart?

A brand new study published Monday claims that coffee is not as bad for the human heart as formerly believed. Researchers with the William Harvey Research Institute at the Queen Mary University of London replied they debunked prior studies that reported drinking coffee — even up to 25 cups a day — could stiffen arterialContinue reading “Do you believe that drinking coffee, even 25 cups a day, not bad for the heart?”