This is not to make you place an order of a boring cup of black coffee to avoid the unhealthy trap. We scoped out sneaky, healthy ways to boost the benefits of your caffeinated beverage.

There are two types of coffee lovers in this world: those who drink it and those who live it. If you don’t know where you stand, what it all comes down to is how you talk about it.

While a moderate intake of coffee is healthy, drinking too much may reduce its overall benefits.

Excessive caffeine intake may have various adverse side effects, although people’s sensitivity varies.  Given that an average cup of coffee may contain around 95 mg of caffeine, this corresponds to about two cups of coffee per day for someone weighing 176 pounds (80 kg).

Drinking coffee is all about balancing its risks and benefits. Listen to your body and consume no more than you can comfortably tolerate. Choose a quality brand, a preferably organic one.

Although coffee is healthy in itself, you can easily turn it into something harmful. The best way to do that is to put a whole bunch of sugar in it. Added sugar is arguably one of the worst ingredients in the modern diet.


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