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    Is drinking black coffee bad for the kidneys?

    Is drinking black coffee bad for our kidneys? If so, how? If not, why? Someone told that coffee with milk/cream is the healthy way to drink coffee and not black. many people love to drink black coffee w/o cream or milk! What is it about black co











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    You'll never get the same answers when you ask a question about coffee & health - whether it's black coffee or coffee with cream. I've never heard about black coffee being bad for kidneys.

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    No, once it gets into your bloodstream "coffee" or "coffee + cream + sugar" all get processed separately. In fact, cream and sugar generally make the coffee worse for you because of the added saturated fats and sugars. (That's a high level comment and there are a variety of reasons to like/want to add cream and/or sugar to your coffee.)

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    [QUOTE = coffeefanatic232; 103548] Khng, một khi n được đưa vo dng mu của bạn "c ph" hoặc "c ph + kem + đường", tất cả đều được xử l ring. Trong thực tế, kem v đường thường lm cho c ph tồi tệ hơn cho bạn v chất bo bo ha v đường bổ sung. (Đ l một nhận xt cấp cao v c nhiều l do để thch / muốn thm kem v / hoặc đường vo c ph của bạn.) [/ QUOTE]

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    From a health standpoint, the most healthy way to drink coffee is black. Dairy is hard for the human body to process, and refined sugars are also a problem for the body. If you must use a sweetener, try using natural sugar such as maple syrup, honey, or raw sugar. Try cold brew coffee if you are concerned about your health. Cold Brew has a lot of benefits over traditional methods.

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    black coffee is not bad for coffee lovers with kidney disease, but there are few things to think about.
    The amount of coffee you drink
    Your blood pressure
    Additives
    Your fluid intake

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    Truth ronnie. Also something few people consider often is body PH. It's a good idea to test your body ph regularly to make sure you are not too acidic.
    Coffee is the magical stuff that dreams are made of!

 

 

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