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    Question What you do think about coffee?

    Sometimes I'm thinking should I stop drinking coffee and drink more green tea. These articles made me think again the matter.........


    This article popped out and the latter is more detailed:

    http://bodyodd.nbcnews.com/_news/201...ight-side?lite

    http://www.plosone.org/article/info:...e.0048487.t001

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    I suspect that this research may have been sponsored by the coffee industry.

    They don’t seem to mention some of the other side-effects of coffee drinking, such as difficultly in getting off to sleep and bad breath.

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    Ahaa, yes I do know people who can drink coffee and fall asleep without difficulties. If I drink too close to supposed sleeping time I have difficulties. About 5-6 hours should be the enough after drinking coffee.

    Never heard about bad breath I think smoking and alcohol is more smelly and what about your mouth itself.

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    Ha. I am drinking a cup of black Nescafe at this very moment about my 5th one of the day, I dont have bad breath and as Tuuli says smoking and alcohol gives the worst bad breath ever.

    My sleep is not affected by coffee I am out like a light .

    I love the smell of the Costa Coffee Shops its a cosy comforting warm smell.

    I have no intention of giving up my coffee.

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    I was the one that could drink coffee all day long, no problems with anything.

    At 26, my genetic mutations kicked in full time and immediately I could not metabolize caffeine like I used to.

    I now still drink coffee, but only one or two large mugs per day and always before noon, otherwise it is only decaf after that time.

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    A bit of coffee may keep you mentally sharp, give you antioxidants, motivate you for a workout, or stop you driving off the road.

    Too much coffee may overstimulate the production of cortisol, thus leading to problems with body fat. It can also dehydrate you and raise your blood pressure.

    There's a happy medium somewhere in between none and 12 cups a day.
     

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    Whether it's good or bad, I have no intention of quitting my large cup per day habit anytime soon. Especially with the new peppermint, gingerbread, etc. twists they have for the Christmas season.

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    I dont drink coffee, dont like the taste, smell or the sick feeling in my stomach, except for Vietnamese coffee, but that is probably the condensed milk in it.
    A tea drinker all my life, black or green. Especially love Earl Grey or similar with home made scones , jam and cream...

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    Coffee consumption may also increase the risk for heart disease in slow metabolizers of caffeine.

    Cornelis MC et al. (2006) . “Coffee, CYP1A2 genotype, and risk of myocardial infarction.” JAMA 295(10):1135-41.

    I have genotype AC at marker rs762551, whick makes me a "Slow caffeine metabolizer: drinking coffee increased subjects' heart attack risk."

    ....and I thought loss of sleep and bad breath were bad enough, now this to worry about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clinton P View Post
    Coffee consumption may also increase the risk for heart disease in slow metabolizers of caffeine.

    Cornelis MC et al. (2006) . “Coffee, CYP1A2 genotype, and risk of myocardial infarction.” JAMA 295(10):1135-41.

    I have genotype AC at marker rs762551, whick makes me a "Slow caffeine metabolizer: drinking coffee increased subjects' heart attack risk."

    ....and I thought loss of sleep and bad breath were bad enough, now this to worry about.

    Clinton P
    Hi Clinton P!

    Yes you had a good point of the negative side-effects and also the weakness in a heritage of genetics. For someone 5-6 cups may be very good for health (some diseases) and for someone it may influence in more harmful and opposite way. A moderation is then maybe best and knowing the own limits.

    Thanks for giving the marker

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