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  1. #11
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    I have high blood pressure. I take medication for it. My doctor advises that I drink no more than 4 cups of decaf a day. I trust him, so that's fine with me. Don't get me wrong, I do have a white chocolate mocha once in awhile.

    Here's a good read that might be helpful: Caffeine: How does it affect blood pressure? - MayoClinic.com

  2. #12
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    coffee relaxes me as well. but should i drink more than 3-4cups, i usually feel my heart beat raising. so i just take about a cup or two of my favorite cup in a day so that it would not happen.

    flori
    blogger, coffeeloversofworld.com

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    While I have started moderating my intake more since leaving my barista gig behind, I have heard lots of things about the health of coffee on the heart when enjoyed regularly, as many as 5 or 6 cups a day.

    I just can't give it up completely at this point. At least 2 cups a day for me.

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    Coffee gets cleared of blood pressure risk

    Quote Originally Posted by expat View Post
    DigitalWorld, can you give a link or reference to the study you mentioned about the long term study. I'd like to read it. Might might a good article for my blog.
    Hi, since I didn't save the link so I tried to searched for it again. Even though the article
    I found this time seems to be the same from last time, but it seems to be from a different
    website. Please take a look for your reference.

    Coffee gets cleared of blood pressure risk | Harvard Gazette

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    I have heard this too. It is really good to finally hear it. I hope that this information will become more widely accepted by the medical community soon.

  6. #16
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    Although caffeine has conflicting facts about blood pressure link, but it has a short life span in our body.
    Yes, caffeine is a stimulant which may increase your blood pressure, but it is too mild and in a very short time effect. In several studies, coffee polyphenols lower the level of activated platelets in the blood which may help prevent blood clots that can lead to stroke. Think of its benefits rather than its short effect to increase blood pressure.

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    thanks for the additional information "CoffeeLovers". this is very nice to know.

    Flori
    Blogger, CoffeeLoversOfWorld.com

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    Well, just like any product out there, coffee has advantages and disadvantages. If we drink it moderately, surely, we will take the advantages. But if we drink it too much, the disadvantages will take place.
    Last edited by stephen12; 03-02-2014 at 08:23 PM.

 

 
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