Is coffee good or bad for my health?


New member
Apr 20, 2020
Some people say coffee has many health benefits some say it's bad for your health.

Let us have a look about benefits of drinking coffee:

Cut the Pain.
Increase your fiber intake.Good for your liver.
Lowered risk of Type 2 Diabetes.
Lowered risk of Alzheimer's disease.
Reduces suicide risk and Depression.

These are the all the benefits of drinking coffee on which everyone is agreed upon.
Now here are the bad effects of drinking coffee:

Caffeine causes a short but sudden increase in blood pressure.
Drinking 3-4 cups of coffee a day increases the risk of kidney disease.
Bad coffee can be toxic.
Coffee may cause digestive issues
Coffee may cause Muscle Breakdown.
Coffee may cause fatigue.

Now what do you think about it.
Is coffee good or bad for your health?


New member
Apr 1, 2019
Like so many foods and nutrients, too much coffee can cause problems, especially in the digestive tract. But studies have shown that drinking up to four 8-ounce cups of coffee per day is safe. Sticking to those boundaries shouldn't be hard for coffee drinkers in the U.S., since most drink just a cup of java per day.


Jan 27, 2022
Upstate New York
As I mentioned in another thread, there are health advantages to coffee that are seldom listed:

It is good for your health long term to reliably be at work on time day after day after year after year.
It is good for your health long term to be productive and get stuff done.
It is good for your health long term to be cheerful and buoyant in personality.
It is good for your health to be able to think faster than your boss.

Seriously, to what purpose is avoiding some digestive issues if your unemployable due to a lack of discipline or ambition, sluggish when you do get to work, having a slowed down draggy personality, and your boss always seems to know when to ask about the project that is behind. :)


Active member
Aug 15, 2005
Central North Carolina
Every single person alive (or dead, lmao) will tolerate things differently. Asking for health advice online is a bit hilarious as nobody can honestly answer. I handle coffee quite well digestion-wise as well as caffeine. I can easily/safely consume up to 1 gram daily with no change in blood pressure, pulse, etc. Have had neurology confirm my caffeine intake was no realistic cause for concern. That was after having two small strokes associated with a debilitating illness, but no real long term damage and recovering nicely all things considered. No anxiety, restlessness, those sorts of things usually associated with caffeine either. I have family members that get jacked off of 1 double shot when it's not even a warm up for me.

I know some are concerned with cholesterol, etc. with some forms of coffee like press, espresso where there is no real filtration taking place. Again, I have labs done often and my cholesterol/triglycerides are spot on. We all process things differently, mentally and physically. My take on everything in life is that if it doesn't kill me I will keep pushing for more every day! Now time for my 6th double of the morning...


New member
Jun 8, 2022
Coffee has both effects on your Health, Please follow this article to make a healthy coffee.