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If you drink a lot of coffee, know ...

Researchers have found in recent studies that long-term, heavy coffee consumption can increase the number of lipids in the blood and ultimately significantly increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.

If you are one of those people who care about your health (well done to you!) But you also love coffee, then I suggest you do not miss reading this article, which is the result of 8 reliable sources in the world!

 

The reason for choosing coffee from ancient times is due to the presence of caffeine and its vitality!

To the extent that other compounds in coffee, which can be related to our cholesterol, for example, have been ignored, but today it receives a lot of attention.

Cholesterol is a component of body fat that is produced by the liver and is found naturally. In addition, you get cholesterol daily by eating certain foods.

Coffee, like many other herbal products, has no added fat. But we need to know that coffee affects how the body produces cholesterol!

Several studies over the past decade have shown an association between coffee and cholesterol. According to a study, coffee oils (known as diterpenes) such as Cafestol and Kahweol are to blame! Coffee oils are naturally found in caffeinated and decaffeinated coffees. Research shows that cafestol affects the body's ability to metabolize and regulate cholesterol.

According to meta-analysis of controlled studies on coffee and cholesterol, coffee oils may reduce bile acids and neutral sterols. This can lead to high cholesterol. Researchers have concluded that cafestol is "the most potent cholesterol-raising compound in the human diet."

 

In the first global genetic study, researchers at the Australian Health Center at the University of South Australia found that long-term, heavy coffee consumption (six cups or more a day) could increase the number of lipids (fats) in the blood and increase a person's risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). CVD is usually associated with increased intra-arterial fat stores (atherosclerosis) and an increased risk of blood clots.

This association is both positive and dose-dependent, meaning that the more coffee you drink, the greater your risk of CVD.

"Certainly there is a lot of scientific debate about the pros and cons of coffee, but it is essential to fully understand how one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world can affect our health," said Hipponen, an Australian researcher.

"High levels of blood lipids are a known risk factor for heart disease, and because coffee beans contain a very strong compound that raises cholesterol (cafestol), they need to be studied," Hipponen said.

 

Why is it important to choose your coffee?

 

 

Coffee oils have the greatest power in coffees that have the longest contact with water during brewing. For example, French press coffee, which is associated with the constant passage of water through the beans, means that its higher concentration indicates the presence of more cafestol in your cup!

On the other hand, brewing in an American-style coffee pot with a filter has a relatively low oil level, because the coffee beans have been in contact with water only once during brewing for a much shorter time.

More importantly, if the seed is already roasted, it has more caffeine, because as a result of roasting the seed, the oil in it is removed and after brewing, it spills into your cup. Instant coffee and brewed coffee have "negligible" amounts of oil and espresso with moderate amounts of fat.

 

Research has shown that drinking five cups of coffee a day with a French press can increase blood cholesterol levels by 6 to 8 percent.

 

But the benefits of drinking coffee can not be overlooked!

 

If you drink significant amounts of unfiltered or French ground coffee every day, your cholesterol should not be a concern, at least on the coffee side. On the contrary, proper consumption at the right time brings you many therapeutic benefits!

However, research shows that there is a link between coffee consumption and reduced mortality. Coffee is also associated with protection against diseases such as type 2 diabetes, liver disease, Parkinson's and depression.

 

what was the result?

 

If you have high cholesterol and still want to drink your cup of coffee, it is better to choose the type of coffee and the method of brewing.

 

Coffee with roast light as well as brewed coffee and instant coffee are the best options on your table. Of course, espresso is also good for those with low cholesterol! The rest to eat whatever they like.

 

 

 

Make the right choice to live a healthy life.

 

Date Release : 2021/07/03
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