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Saturday, October 3, 2015

Is Organo Gold coffee healthy? (Part 3)

Yes.  We've covered this.  Ganoderma is an amazing thing, but drinking coffee (overall) seems to be a good idea.  It's certainly not a bad one.  Now why is that - like, with caffeine and stuff?

Let's ask a medical doctor...

It may seem counterintuitive:
A substance known to increase blood pressure might actually be good for the cardiovascular system. Caffeine consumption can cause a short-lived increase in blood pressure, and regular use has been linked to a longer-term increase. However, when caffeine is ingested via coffee, enduring blood pressure elevations are small and cardiovascular risks may be balanced by protective properties.

Coffee beans contain antioxidant compounds that reduce oxidation of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, and coffee consumption has been associated with reduced concentrations of inflammatory markers.  Moderate coffee intake is associated with a lower risk for coronary heart disease as far out as 10 years, and data suggest that an average of two cups per day protects against heart failure.  Finally, a study presented during a poster session at the Heart Rhythm Society 2015 Scientific Sessions counters the long-held dogma that patients with arrhythmias should avoid caffeine, finding no association between the compound and premature atrial or ventricular contractions. Medscape contributor Dr John Mandrola recently wrote, "This abstract changes my practice. And here we have a medical reversal that is cause for celebration."


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