Why You Shouldn't Drink Caffeine After 2 P.M.
Is Coffee Bad for You?
No. Coffee--without too much cream and sugar, that is--is a perfectly healthful beverage. Much more than just a vehicle for caffeine, coffee is a substantial source of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals. Evidence shows that drinking coffee does not increase the risk of heart disease or various cancers, and, if you're healthy, it may even lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, protect the liver against cirrhosis, and boost athletic performance.
However, you should watch your caffeine intake if you're anxious, are pregnant, or need to control blood pressure or blood sugar levels. If so, start brewing decaf instead.
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