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Caffeine, Coffee, Health
Caffeine is the principal active compound in coffee. Caffeine is a natural compound found in a numbers of plant species including tea, cocoa. Generally, a cup of coffee contains 75-100 mg caffeine, whilst levels in brewed tea and cocoa are lower.
Recently more, evidence of health benefits have been emerged to intakes caffeine and coffee. A key issues of taking caffeine and coffee is that it contains hundreds of other biologically active compounds.These coffee compounds reduce oxidative stress, improve the gut microbiome, modulate glucose and fat metabolism. In the contrast, unfiltered coffee increase cholesterol levels.
Caffeine intakes can keep vigilance during tasks of long duration that provide limited stimulation, such an working on an assembly line, long distance driving and flying aircraft. Caffeine contributes to pain relief when added to commonly used analgesic agents.
Caffeine can improve energy balance by reducing appetite.
Coffee consumption, slightly have reduced skin cancer, breast cancer and prostate cancer.
Consistently, coffee can help to balance liver health, including lower levels of enzymes reflecting liver damages. And also reduce risk of gallstones and gallbladder cancer.
The effect of caffeine consumption is that, later in the day can increase sleep latency and reduce the quality of sleep. In addition, it can induce anxiety those with anxiety or bipolar disorders. High caffeine intake can stimulation urine output. Quitting caffeine intake after habitual consumption can lead to withdrawal symptoms, including headaches, fatigue, decreased alertness, depressed mood and rambling flow of thought and speech.
Caffeine intake raises blood pressure in the short terms. It causes of coronary artery diseases, strokes and death from cardiovascular. In addition, pre-pregnancy coffee consumption can increase risk of spontaneous abortion.