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  1. #11
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    Hi, OP!

    Like everything it depends on multiple factors if something is healthy. Of course, coffee has some great upsides but some downsides too. For instance, coffee is pretty good for you as it has anti-oxidants and such. But consuming caffeine regularly is definitely not optimal living, though it shouldn't be a major concern. And I'm sure there are much more important negative habits you should focus on breaking.

    Sure thing: you can only enjoy the benefits of coffee if the beans are freshly grinded, and if you're searching for a healthy bean make sure it's organic.

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    I drink at least three cups a day. Sometimes even more.




    currently reading: https://slotsspotgaming.quora.com/Ga...ping-in-Detail
    Last edited by dark_sun; 07-26-2019 at 07:40 AM.

  3. #13
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    Of course, excessive consumption of coffee will give negative consequences to your organism. But it can be the same due to excessive consumption of tea, for example, or any other drink. I believe that you don't need to dwell on the harm, but just enjoy 1 cup per day, for example. Drink one by one with other drinks.


    There is a coffee drink chicory yet. Even nutritionists are advised to drink it.

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    Thanks for sharing!

 

 
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