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    Yes, because improve physical performance

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    I don't think coffee deserves to be considered a "health drink". Sure, there are lots of good things about coffee. Anti-oxidants. Mild stimulant. But the caffiene in coffee can also be problematic for some people, even in smaller amounts. We aren't talking about drinking massive quantities of coffee. After all, massive quantities of anything, no matter how good it is for you, is bad. But for something to be considered a health drink, I would think it must be largely beneficial to pretty much anyone who drinks it. Don't get me wrong. Just like pretty much everyone who uses this forum, I love coffee. I love how it tastes. I love that there are so many ways you can drink it. I love the ritual of preparing coffee in all of those different preparation methods. But I would never call it a healty drink.
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