Is Coffee Harmful to Your Heart


Is Coffee Bad For You?

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Is caffeine good for your heart?

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What Coffee Does to the Heart, Brain, & Body Dr. Alan Mandell D.C.

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Is Coffee Bad for You? | Dr. Josh Axe

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Is Coffee Good for Your Heart?

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Can Coffee Improve Your Health?

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Studies on coffee consumption variously claim that coffee harms the arteries, that it protects the heart, or that it has no effect on cardiovascular health. New research on. Coffee is an excellent source of antioxidants, which may help protect cells from damage. Higher consumption of coffee – caffeinated and decaf alike – was associated with a lower risk of total mortality, including deaths attributed to heart. “The level of blood pressure change we saw has been associated with an increased risk of heart disease,” Lane tells WebMD. “People consuming typical amounts of coffee and caffeinated soft drinks.

Coffee contains hundreds of unique phytochemicals that may help reduce inflammation, which is good news for your heart, says Jellis, because, “There’s thought to be an inflammatory component. How much coffee is too much for the heart? In a large new study, researchers identify ‘the tipping point’ for consumption after which coffee can increase a person’s cardiovascular risk. In a large. In the new study, moderate coffee drinkers (those who consumed two or three cups a day) raised their risk of having a heart attack by 60% by drinking a cup of coffee.

But light coffee drinkers. It’s true that some people experience symptoms such as nervousness, a racing heart, headaches, insomnia, heartburn, and excessive urination after just a cup or two. And it’s also true that coffee can boost blood pressure, but the rise is small and short-lived, and people who drink coffee regularly are largely spared from even this modest hit. Caffeine is in coffee, tea, soft drinks, chocolate and some nuts.

Whether high caffeine intake increases the risk of coronary heart disease is still under study. Many studies have been done to see if there’s a direct link between caffein. Interestingly, studies show that coffee drinkers may have a 23–67% reduced risk of developing this condition ( 21, 22. Trusted Source., 23, 24. Risk of cardiac-related death.

If coffee drinkers are less likely to develop heart disease, you’d expect them to be less likely to die of cardiovascular events, too—and that’s exactly what the research shows. However, coffee drinkers aren’t just less likely to die from heart attacks, strokes, and heart failure.

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In terms of cardiovascular disease, coffee elevates blood pressure only to a minor degree, research shows, and most kinds of blood cholesterol hardly at all.

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Moderate coffee intake, below 300 milligrams per day, or 3 milligrams/ kilogram in children, will not increase the risk for stroke, arrhythmia, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, cancer, infection, complications of pregnancy, calcium imbalance, bone disease, or kidney stones.

“Coffee: A Comprehensive Guide to the Bean, the Beverage, and the Industry” by Robert W. Thurston, Jonathan Morris, Shawn Steiman
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by Robert W. Thurston, Jonathan Morris, Shawn Steiman
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2013

Epidemiological studies indicate either no, or only slight, increased risk (twoto three-fold) of coronary heart disease in heavy (including decaffeinated) coffee consumers (more than four cups daily) (see Lipids, below).

“Clinical Pharmacology” by Morris J. Brown, Pankaj Sharma, Peter N. Bennett
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by Morris J. Brown, Pankaj Sharma, Peter N. Bennett
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

A two-fold increased risk of myocardial infarction has been suggested for women who drink six or more cups of coffee a day (5), and in two studies, men who drank five or more cups of coffee a day had an approximately two-fold increase in the risk of myocardial infarction (6) or coronary artery disease (7).

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Elsevier Science, 2014

Although his conclusions were based on observations of lowered blood pressure and increased heart output in six healthy young men, Hardy asserted that it was plausible to imagine that people with heart disease (but without arrhythmia) could also benefit from an amount of caffeine equivalent to two cups of coffee.

“The World of Caffeine: The Science and Culture of the World's Most Popular Drug” by Bennett Alan Weinberg, Bonnie K. Bealer
from The World of Caffeine: The Science and Culture of the World’s Most Popular Drug
by Bennett Alan Weinberg, Bonnie K. Bealer
Taylor & Francis, 2004

…Caffeine and Heart Disease: heavy coffee drinking (more than 4 cups a day), has been directly implicated in heart disease.

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by Linda Page
Healthy Healing Publications, 2004

Recent studies show that consumption of coffee and caffeine does not contribute to CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE, including STROKE, even in people who drink more than four cups of coffee a day.

“The Encyclopedia of Nutrition and Good Health” by Robert A. Ronzio
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by Robert A. Ronzio
Facts On File, 2003

Those who drank moderate amounts of coffee had modest protection against heart disease.

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by Dr. James DiNicolantonio, Dr. Jason Fung
Victory Belt Publishing, 2019

And some studies have suggested that drinking more than 3 or 4 cups of coffee a day may moderately increase the risk of having a heart attack—at least in men.

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by Karen J. Carlson, Stephanie A. Eisenstat, et. al.
Harvard University Press, 2004

A two-fold increased risk of myocardial infarction has been suggested for women who drink six or more cups of coffee a day (386), and in two studies, men who drank five or more cups of coffee a day had an approximately two-fold increase in the risk of myocardial infarction (387) or coronary artery disease (388).

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  • 6 cups of coffee a day would definetely cause your bladder to be be over active which makes you go to poop a liquid form of poop,not to mention that consuming 6 cups of coffee a day would impact your sleep cycle and raises your cortisol level even higher for those people who are already under stress,i don’t recommend you such an amount.

  • Iam 73 from Spain n I love my cappuccinos n wine! Iam healthy, happy and will keep both! Training for another 26.2 m marathon!
    Shalom ����������

  • I take two cups of coffee a day! I wake up with a cup and another at midday! I drink water through-out the day and have breakfast at 16h00 and dinner between 20:00 and 21:00! I take dark chocolate and turmeric and almond milk at bed-time! COFFEE IS MY MAJOR SUCCESS AT INTERMITTENT FASTING!

  • Dr. Axe, I didn’t hear you mention another toxin in coffee that is a carcinogen, and that is acrylamide. The darker the roast, the more it contains.

  • It’s a joy to watch this doctor,you can see he is passionate about
    Let people know how to get health and live better. I’m learning so much. Thank you and God bless you

  • My husband and I have been drinking one cup of coffee a day about an hr after having O.J and have been now for years and we add alittle cream, sugar and we feel really good all day.He’s retired and I still work and I work in @ Hotel and the caffeine plus the sugar helps give me energy especially first thing in the morning to get me going and ready for a hard days work and when I get a migraine I will only then have a second cup of black coffee and it always seems to work and before I know it my migraine is gone

  • Hi Doctorsensibly you gave sufficient reasons to discard caffeine altogether. Nature provides many healthy drink alternatives. My choice was dandelions based drinks as a good alternative

  • Thanks doctor.. i have low bo problem and diabetes too i am just30yrs old, have a bones problem as well can i consume a cup of coffe a day?

  • 1. After water is Tea and then coffee.
    2. More coffee, more health benefits. I don’t believe this crap.
    3. Coffee doesn’t taste sweet or good. Sugar makes that. Try to drink coffee without sugar, you will vomit.
    And I am not against Coffee or Dr. oz. I like both of them.

  • Coffee is the most powerful legal drug. I quit coffee and my head exploded for 1 week. Better digestion overall, I will never drink again. Maybe from time to time one decaf, just for the antioxidants

  • I do one cup, rarely 2 & make it @ home, with Stevia sometimes with some coconut oil in it. I imagine because I don’t over do it, that I can quit real easy, & @ times go without: so I know I’m not addicted, though, love it whenever possible. I can’t drink it after 12 Noon: otherwise it keeps me up. I use charcoal toothpaste, & other healthy options. Sounds like it would be ideal for me to quit after I go through my supply, @ least for awhile as I’m leaning towards health. I have plenty of healthy tea options. Thx!!

  • I stop drinking coffee and my productivity increased. Also, I go sleep so much better. Not going back to drinking anything with caffeine. Used to drink coffee every day because of work but now, I’m happy for quiting the drug.

  • I only drink one cup in the morning and not even every morning. In the evening I changed to decafe, but still only one cup. I gave up pop 7 years ago and only drink La Croix (and similar) water.

  • DE CAF,,,, IS POISON,,, WHY???

  • Coffee addiction is not really a physical addiction. People say they can’t quit because they mentally don’t want to quit instead of physically incapable of doing so. If you look around, people always say they live on coffee are the most mediocre ones in life because they buy in whatever the mainstream media promote. They drink coffee simply because everybody drinks it or it’s a common practice in our society. They never think if theirs body really need it or not

  • I love drinking coffee, but this video makes me to stop drinking coffee now. I always have mild high blood pressure often. Thanks doctor for the information

  • Once i drank a cup of coffee during my exam preperation i realised it helps reduce my uncomfy yawns and fatiauge. Now iam an ddict and my mom banned coffee and now all i do is sleep on floor or bathroom and fail in exams. I even fainted once and was taken to emergency ward where the doc said its an addiction side effect and my desi parents thought i did smoking but they realised its not that it was the instant coffee. Now i drink herbal spice tea even if i dont want to. Pls if ur a brown kid i suvgest now to drink coffee anyways.

  • Is it wrong I sprinkle coffee grounds on My cereal with a cup of coffee every morning? LOL, just kidding, I eat it with a spoon right out of the can!

  • Most east African people drinks organic black cofee without mixcing other sweeters.In Sudan Eritrea and North Ethiopia they mix it with ginger powder.Aged people drink without sugar and they are healthy.

  • Coffee offers some benefits but is a net-negative in your life. Moderate consumption a few days per week might be OK but for daily heavy consumers I fail to see how chronic dehydration, reflux, indigestion, elevated stress, fatigue and poor sleep can be a good thing. There is a lot of money involved in maintaining and growing the global coffee addiction, so studies “proving” its benefits need very close scrutiny.

  • I noticed that you keep swallowing and gargling and carrying on. I bet you have milk in your diet? If not I not drinking enough water. You need to get off dairy products to prevent this finding that you have in your stomach. The milk coats the stomach with cosign and creates that bubbling affect.

  • is drinking a lot of water out of a plastic bottle good for you? blood pressure, load on the kidney… terms of teas one has to be aware were the tea is from as soil contains heavy metals and arsenic which are absorbed by the tea plant…different countries, regions have different levels….so tea is not without risk (same goes for coffee) I drink organic green tea every day….and organic coffee 1-2 a week….in the end it is a personal decision…

  • My doctor was ready to put me on Blood Pressure pills, and my Glucose levels were pre-Diabetic. I stopped drinking energy drinks and started drinking coffee. Even with too much sugar in the coffee at first, everything went back to normal levels after two weeks.

  • I love the smell of fresh brewed coffee but unfortunately if I drink it, it makes me sleepy. It does the opposite effect to me ��

  • I know about coffe,that you can bee dehydrate,and yes i do not drink coffe afther 2 in the afternoon.If i do,i cant sleep in the night.2 cups a day is enough for me.

  • Caffeine in coffee is natural.and all the negatives here listed are from the chemical caffeine not the same…. Dr Axe did not differentiate…. So let me add, Coffee drinkers have less diabetes, less colon cancer…. and hummmmm coffee drinkers get better grades…. So please tell me again why coffee is bad….. Don’t you just love half truths….

  • Sooo, what about those who drink it before studying? And does it really help you to study more or it’s just a myth?
    Thank you so much

  • i made a lifestyle change, i drink decaf coffee only on the weekends ( 2 cup max.) and During the week, I make tea. The key is moderation, easier said then practiced but if you have an underlying issue as stated by DR. Axe, then ease up on the stimulant. Don’t need youtuber public opinion, counsel, advice or comments ppl… This is just an affirmation to Dr. Axe.

  • I have a cup in the morning every other day with almond milk, I put tsp of coconut oil or MCT oil and a tsp of ceylon cinnamon, excellent for energy

  • decided to not watch the video because of the description…the whole antioxidants defend you from free radicals is just straight up misinformation, would expect someone with as much education as a Dr to not spread such silly myths.

  • dude the lowering heart risk thing is a lie everyone ive ever known who has died of heart related issues were coffee holics get your head straight boy dont believe this bullshit coffee is bad for you plain and simple the positives your finding are created by the millionaires to protect their interests yah goof

  • I gave up coffee and got super sick about 24 hrs after my last cup and had the worst headache. I was addicted. I love it. Need to find a better balance though

  • Black coffee in the morning then Poop and the mountain bike for at least two hours and the later a salad with fish and the have some light pasta or rice later the sleep, the wake and repeat. Type 1 Diabetic very well controlled. 56 never ill never a headache, cut repair within week.

  • Ahh nothing like a nice cancerous causing cup of Starbucks dark roast with several heaping spoons of sugar. Gets the heart racing and banging

  • If you suffer from anxiety, panic attacks disorders, anxious and suffer insomnia 6 cups of coffee a day will really make things worse. I ain’t no doctor but this should of been mentioned

  • Caffeine stimulates the sympathetic, fight or flight, part of your nervous system. It raises blood pressure and blood sugar. It causes the unnecessary release of cortisone and cortisol just like extreme stress does. Therefore it stresses both the adrenal glands and the pancreas. Caffeine suppresses the release of digestive acids and enzymes due to its stimulation of the fight or flight system. Thus making it difficult to fully digest food. Poorly digested foods can lead to food sensitivities. It has a 12-hour half-life and suppresses normal sleep patterns. You can sleep, but you just don’t get as much rest or healing out of it.

  • Coffee is highly processed, at high temperatures and that alone makes it unhealthy by definition, no need to read a specific study. Add to this that it contains a strong drug (caffeine) which disrupts your nervous system, makes you irritable and explosive, it shifts your personality and your will, and you don’t even notice, because you think it’s you. It deprives you of deep, quality sleep (lots of studies that motivationaldoc “forgot” to mention), and it also destroys collagen and thus the look of your skin. It also causes arhythmia -or worse, and that artificial drug-induced tense affects the muscles on your face and makes you look the ugliest version of yourself, longterm. So, stop reading coffee-companies sponsored “studies” and look for independent ones instead.
    From the ratio of likes-vs-dislikes alone, one can see the amount of BS on this video vs reality.

  • I love coffee but I began to experience stabbing pains in my chest. I stopped drinking coffee and the pains went away after five days.

  • Coffee makes my heart rate go sky high.. “I’m going through this real quick”, he says, whahahaha. All these youtube guys need so much words.

  • I’m not sick. But I do coffee enemas every morning. Cos I can do 4 days without going to the toilet without the enema. Is that right? I’ve done everything to help my bowel movement.. high fiber, exercise etc. Nothing worked. Just the enema. So what do you think.

  • Wow. Thank You Doc. I’m from Ethiopia and our fathers and mothers knew that Coffee is very good to our health. Long long time ago.

  • A school of thought about the best way to get the full benefits of coffee is to bypass the stomach acid, and assimilate for approximately 15 to 20 minutes via the rectum (make sure the coffee is troughly cooled) Its kind of what a person would do in a survival situation when water is scarce using urine.

  • I like tea. If I’m constantly moving around, I can work for 12+ hours. But if I’m sitting down trying to read a book or study, it’s so difficult to focus, just falling into many periods of microsleep, or simply falling asleep. While I would love to have the mental capacity to do idle activities without this stimulant, it is quite helpful in moderation, also with lots of water.

  • I drink 2 cups German Coffee called Eduscho Mild in the mid morning with a bit Half&Half. This particular coffee is very low acidic has a full bodied taste and Aroma, best coffee next to Tshibo!

  • I drink coffee daily. I drink teas of various sorts, also daily. I live out of a blender on some occasions, workout hard five days a week and at 69 I’m stronger than 99.999% of gentlemen my age. Works okay for me!

  • Yeah I have IGA autoimmune deficiency, Fibromyalgia and Hashimoto’s and drink 2 iced coffees per/day and don’t plan on stopping!��

  • I have given up a lot of bad habits. However, coffee will not be one of them! You experts change your mind so often about things that are good or bad for us that we can’t keep up with you all!!

  • Please do your homework of the origin of coffee. On your opening you mentioned Colombia, Jamaica and Guatemala but not Ethiopia. If you don’t know the origin of coffee, I don’t think you are qualified to discuss coffee.

  • I’ve drank coffee all my life. Driving a transport for a living. I drank enough to fill a large swimming pool. I’ll be 80 in January and I won’t quit coffee. But I quit smoking a few years back. Right now l have no bad habits.

  • There’s never a shortage of people with titles who want to take away something we enjoy. I’m a meat eating carnivore that loves his coffee too. And I’m not giving up either one.

  • Be careful about what this doctor says. Caffeine is a drug. People with high blood pressure, heart palpitations, anxiety, depression ext.. need to watch how much caffeine they consume. I’m kinda shocked a doctor would say to drink 6 cups a day. I wonder if this clown sits on the board of Starbucks or some other coffee giant… pretty sad. No cool Dr Oz!

  • Well that’s one thing I do know about coffee and it stops my headaches I don’t have but one cup of coffee a day and if I don’t have a headache I don’t even take it I don’t even drink it but aspirins do not do my headache any good but if I have a headache I drink a cup of coffee and goes away and headache goes away I found that out when my sciatica my spine my sciatica just and it did the pain decreased and I noticed something pain coffee will decrease pain and if it’s not real severe it’ll stop the pain all together but I don’t know but I’ve never went past 1 cup shalom shalom

  • I didn’t watch. Why waste time with something that will not change your actions? At various times I’ve cut back on fats, salt, eggs, even avacado. No more. The line is drawn.

  • This is huge, I have an autoimmune disease and I never even considered coffee (which I drink quite a bit of) could be adding to the problem. I’m so glad I found this video!

  • Coffee has never agreed with me. I get diarrhea and severe cramps from it, together with dizziness and anxiety. After i got diabetes drinking it raises my glucose levels about 10 to 15% and it makes me have pain in my legs and is constant throughout the day or until the caffeine passes. It also dehydrates me quite severely.
    Green Tea on the other hand lowers my blood glucose and gives me a pleasant feeling and calmness after consumption. I do love the smell and taste of coffee but not at the price it takes on my health.
    Listen to your body and notice how you react and make your decision from there. We are all created differently. Some have allergies, others do not.

    Thank you.

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  • Through the intemperance begun at home, the digestive organs first become weakened, and soon ordinary food does not satisfy the appetite. Unhealthy conditions are established, and there is a craving for more stimulating food. Tea and coffee produce an immediate effect. Under the influence of these poisons the nervous system is excited, and in some cases, for the time being, the intellect seems to be invigorated, the imagination more vivid. Because these stimulants produce such agreeable results, many conclude that they really need them; but there is always a reaction. The nervous system has borrowed power from its future resources for present use, and all this temporary invigoration is followed by a corresponding depression. The suddenness of the relief obtained from tea and coffee, is an evidence that what seems to be strength is only nervous excitement, and consequently must be an injury to the system.The appetite CTBH 31.2 CTBH 31.3

    Through the intemperance begun at home, the digestive organs first become weakened, and soon ordinary food does not satisfy the appetite. Unhealthy conditions are established, and there is a craving for more stimulating food. Tea and coffee produce an immediate effect. Under the influence of these poisons the nervous system is excited, and in some cases, for the time being, the intellect seems to be invigorated, the imagination more vivid. Because these stimulants produce such agreeable results, many conclude that they really need them; but there is always a reaction. The nervous system has borrowed power from its future resources for present use, and all this temporary invigoration is followed by a corresponding depression. The suddenness of the relief obtained from tea and coffee, is an evidence that what seems to be strength is only nervous excitement, and consequently must be an injury to the system.The appetite CTBH 31.2 CTBH 31.3

  • I seem to have developed an Allergy from drinking Coffee. My Tongue swells and becomes raw.. Any Wisdom available regarding this problem.?

  • Caffeine is inefficient and nervous energy while polyphenols alone is superior, stable, energy!! In terms of dehydration my rule is 2 waters for every 1 coffee. Daily hydration should be assumed and maintained; 96oz to 150oz and more. I reversed metabolic syndrome diseases (type 2 diabetes, fatty liver and exterior fatty liver, insulin resistance, obesity, sleep apnea, diverticulitis, acid reflux and erectile dysfunction via intermittent water fasting and 48+ hour fasting. It is imperative to recognize the importance of Autophagy (18 hours) and Ketosis (24 hours) to gain the benefits of healing, repair and ketones. Yes, be sure to take vitamin and mineral supplements when fasting and staying hydrated is assumed regardless of your fasted or non-fasted (eating) state. Regular coffee has approximately 1,600mg polyphenols while decaf has 1,300 which makes good sense to not ingest caffeine. Once in a while I drink a real cup of coffee and while it is fun for a few hours, I immediately ingest a boatload of polyphenols not from coffee which easily can railroad caffeine quickly. Running on polyphenols allows outstanding, stable, energy and the ability to sleep on demand vs. caffeine usually does not. Further, a part of your healthy regime should be to lower your heart rate. My ex-normal heart rate was 125bpm (sitting/casual activity) and my target 155bpm (cardio). Using polyphenols from decaf coffee, green tea, dark berries and/or polyphenol powder blends such as Gundry Reds (1,800mg polyphenols) delivers the efficient energy of polyphenols with low or zero caffeine, remarkably lowers your heart rate and allows sleep on demand. In closing, along with reversing my diseases, I also ceased taking 11 medications including Metformin and Xanax. However, if you tolerate Metformin, you may continue taking as a metabolic boost. Keep in mind, by the time you have reversed type 2 diabetes or other metabolic syndrome disease, your body is functioning properly so you don’t need any medications to assist your body’s ability to heal and repair.
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  • Continue from below) & We grind our own coffee beans every morning and make a french Press and we buy a variety of different types of whole coffee beans and we’ve had pretty much every type of whole bean coffee that you can possibly think of under the sun over the years and even when everyone’s electricity gets turned off we still grind our coffee beans with one of those old fashioned wooden hand cranked coffee grinders where the coffee goes down into the drawer below and you just pull out the drawer and dump it into the coffee maker which in our case the french Press or into the turkish stove top coffee pot and add the water and sugar together with the grounds and stir it up and turn the stove on to the very lowest setting and from time to time keep an eye on it so that it dpesnt start to boil over which takes a while and once it’s done we put a little screen with a little handle on it over our cup and pour and the screen catches all of the coffee grounds while giving us a nice cup of Turkish coffee. Yum!

  • Thank u Mch DR Mandela I Drink Coffee But only One Cup no Sugar Only a Sm Amnt Of Cream I Appreciate the INFO.u give u To Follow & I enjoy yr Words Of InSptn. I Believe u Love the Lord Too the InCouraging Words u give Blessing to U

  • I don’t take coffee much because I was told that it make one to shivery, when holding something your hands will be shaking as a result of much nicotine…?

  • Hi Dr. Axe what’s your take on decaf coffee for a “coffee lover” who has autoimmune issues digestive issues and adrenal issues and has had to cut out regular coffee but misses it dearly.

  • Coffee pushes waste through system whether its ready to be passed or not. Food is digested through multiple processes first by commencal bacteria and enzymes in the gut but also in the lower intestine and the anus. Undigested proteins in the body pass through your gut and intestinal lining which is only a millimeter thick and these cause allergies and fatigue your immune system. If you’re drinking it everyday and throughout the day you’re wearing down your system. It’s also highly acidic.

    AND ONE MORE THING: He’s great and I am grateful for his videos but he is disingeneously introducing himself as a doctor. He is a chiropractor not an MD trained in internal medicine.

  • Very good topic dr mandel regarding drinking coffee.. I start drinking decaf coffee w/c is better for me coz I experienced to have palpitations due to too much drinking caffeinated coffee when I was younger till now…with your topic today I learned a lot from you( pros and cons of benefits of coffee either decaf or caffeineited)…I thank you sooo much for explaining well the benefits & disadvantages of drinking coffee.. it’s a big help to me as well as to my family, relatives,& friends…may god bless you more and keep you safe always..����������

  • Hello Doc, I have two months no coffee, I had decade coffee a week a ago for two consecutive days but I did notice the next day I was shredding again, main reason I stopped having it., any ideas why that occurs?

  • I have not listening to this yet. I am Swedish and have heard as growing up that Coffee is good for you, up to four small cups a day is good for you, your happiness, it’s anti toxic, and it is like like light exercise for your heart, brain, buddy over all, but more then the four cups is to much. I will definitely listen to this a bit later. Thanks again our good Doctor for educate me. So much we are told from other sources is sooo misleading.God Bless ❤️����‍♂️��

  • My heart palpitations went away completely at age 55 when I stopped drinking 4 cups in the morning. If you want to clean bowels in morning, warm up 8 ounces of prune juice in a microwave and chug it. Tastes terrible but 30 minutes later, your clean. A doctor advised me of that after a hemmoorirdectomy,he was right.

  • Hey doc you mean the roasted coffee is Got massive amounts of antioxidants? Really I didn’t know you can roast the heck out of coffee green bean coffee and still have any antioxidants At all left in it. So you’re saying I can go roast a green coffee bean which does have lots and lots of antioxidants,Roast it till it is black, And still have lots and lots of antioxidants left in it. If you believe that I got a bridge to sell to you.

  • Coffee increases cortisol. Cortisol increases blood sugar and subquently insulin to cover that blood glucose increase. I’m severely insulin resistant and I feel I do better with blood sugar control and weight loss by not consuming coffee.

  • Of course it is! And smoking is good for your lungs and Sugar is good for your teeth and alcohol is good for your liver. Whatever the AMA tells you, do the opposite.