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Does some ingredient in coffee actually help the liver break down fibrosis?

I've been reading about liver health for years and came across many webpages (Here is only one) that coffee can protect your liver against liver cirrhosis. My understanding of cirrhosis is that it's ...
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Did science backtrack regarding coffee causing dehydration?

The question below highlights recent studies that conclude coffee does not necessarily dehydrate. Is decaffeinated coffee a diuretic? Why has it always been assumed otherwise? Perhaps the evidence ...
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How much caffeine intake a day is still safe for health?

My question is: how much mg of caffeine (as found for example in Nescafe) consumed per day is still considered safe for health? When taken in excessive amounts what can be the harmful effects? Are ...
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What are the health benefits of coffee?

I'm not a coffee fan, but I would like to know what are the health benefits of the coffee ? Some people say good for body fitness etc, Like to get an idea about coffee.
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Coffee for solving sleep problems?

In this post I asked whether Coffee use could cause an increase in adenosine levels as a result of the body’s adjustment to lower adenosine receptor activation. An answer stated that coffee use ...
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Does caffeine boost adenosine buildup?

Caffeine blocks adenosine receptors, thereby reducing the effect of adenaline. It seems plausible to me, that blocking adenosine receptors should (perhaps ironically) increase the rate of adenosine ...
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Relation between health and coffee

I've been drinking a cup of coffee every morning for about 3 continuous years. Does this daily activity have a negative effect on my health?
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Are two cups of nescafe a day good for my health?

I drink 2 cups of Nescafe every day. 8 a.m. first cup and 12 p.m. another cup. I drink this kind of Nescafe and add with a spoon of condensed milk, not the 3 in 1. Is this habit good for my health (...
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How does coffee affect blood sugar levels?

My girlfriend has a question: Trying to figure out (on my own) if I have a problem with my blood sugar. To that effect I have just bought a home testing kit to run post-meal sugar test (like they ...
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Monster Energy - SugarFree - vs coffee

I am wondering how Monster Energy Zero Ultra (or any of the sugar free) monster's compare with generic coffee. When I was in Highschool, I was working 50+ hours, attending high school, and working ...
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Risks of Caffeine Powder

I'm genetically predisposed to early onset osteoporosis, so I'm trying to cut back on acids in my diet. Coffee is a big one, but I'm also still in school so I'm very attached to caffeine. Would ...
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Coffee: Light Roast Medium Roast vs Dark Roast

Is any of these types of roast harmful? Which is most healthy?
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How can caffeine cause nausea?

If there is no milk involved, it is not from lactose intolerance or something like that. What is the mechanism for caffeine causing nausea?
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Does caffeine reduce mass gaining by accelerating metabolism?

Does caffeine reduce the effects of weight lifting on mass gaining by activating metabolism, either for every individual or more specifically for ectomorphs who already have fast fat burning ...
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Should i start drinking coffee or tea for health reasons? [closed]

I'm in my mid thirties. For all my life, the only beverage I liked was water. I always disliked drinking anything that had flavor like juice, hit chocolate, soda etc... I disliked coffee and teas ...
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Types of Coffee and Headaches? [closed]

I love my coffee. Though, when I have it, I get a headache. This was quite disappointing so I stopped drinking it. Without thinking, I recently (a couple of months since stopped drinking) bought ...
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Is decaffeinated coffee a diuretic?

Caffeine is a known diuretic, stimulates urine production, and I have even seen "potential dehydration" as one of the arguments in the perennial "is coffee good or bad" debate. It also changes blood ...