Coffee & Health

Is Coffee Good Or Bad For Your Health

Coffee drinker? Good news for you!

It’s been suggested in a finding that there’s no association of coffee intake with cancers of the stomach, pancreas, lung, breast, ovary, and prostate. This article was published on European Journal of Cancer Prevention in Sept 2017.

Drinking coffee in moderation would be a good rule of thumb.

Still prefer brewing coffee using fine powder and sweeten with healthy sugar substitute i.e. sweetener GP Erythritol or Erythritol With Luo Han Fruit to take care of my calorie intake and glucose level. Aromatic, original, with some bitterness as well as a bit of natural sweetness. My choice is always black coffee as I fancy natural stuff, though at times may go with fresh milk for a change of taste.

I’ve gradually learned to enjoy coffee. In fact, it made me felt heaty when I first tried it out even with 1 teaspoon of coffee powder as I was a heaty person. Nowadays I’d usually have a cup of coffee during afternoon tea break to keep my “engine” running and to stay alert. Yes, it really works for me though.

It has become a habit that whenever I’m travelling, I tend to look out for roasted coffee beans in loose form which are made locally. Very aromatic! The beans would then be ground into loose powder and packed in air tight bags. It seems that the coffee powder is unique to each place in terms of texture, aroma and even taste. Setting aside the breed, it’s the method of processing and freshness perhaps?

Nonetheless, would limit my intake to maximum of 2 cups a day, in order to protect my body systems as caffeine does have an impact on our bone, heart or sleep, among others.

Here are the 2 types of natural and healthy sugar substitute for sweetening your coffee. Not only zero in calorie but also blood sugar and tooth friendly.


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