Coffee And Its Effects On Health

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The coffee bean is one of the big sources of caffeine and coffee is the most famous beverage all around the world. Coffee plants are now cultivated in over seventy countries such as Asia, India, and Africa. In 2013/14 Brazil as the leader in the production of green coffee was 8.9 million tons, followed by Vietnam, Indonesia, Colombia and India and overall record is 150.5 million bags and it was increased in previous years[1]. Currently, coffee has become more trendy in new generation than previous generations, the majority of adolescent caffeine consumers intake amount more than the amount needed it. Coffee contained ingested to relieve or prevent drowsiness and to improve performance during sleep deprivation[1]. Like every drug, advantages, and disadvantages. Coffee has some positive and negative effects on health, dependents amount of consumption. For example coffee may confer a moderate positive effect of some major diseases, including Parkinson 's disease, type 2 diabetes mellitus, certain types of cancers, it may protect people from liver cirrhosis, and it can be used to treat bronchopulmonary dysplasia of prematurity, during therapy[1]. It may help to gain the weight and decreases the incidence of cerebral palsy and cognitive delay[3]. Caffeine also treats apnea of prematurity as a primary treatment, not a prevention. Some studies show that non-decaffeinated coffee over 5 cups per day may have a positive effect on cardiovascular diseases such as coronary
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