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If there is an association between coffee drinking and osteoporosis, most people suspect it would be due to the caffeine. One study showed a lower bone mineral density in women who consumed more than 450 mg of caffeine daily. While the evidence suggests that women who consume 5-6 cups...
 
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Coffee consumption has been linked to an increased risk of coronary heart disease and deaths from heart attacks in some studies,1 2 3 but not in many other studies.4 Studies that have found an association between coffee intake and heart disease have found it primarily in people who have...
 

The purpose of nutrition month is to help the public become aware of the importance of good nutrition and a healthful eating plan.
 

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Caffeine has long been known to elevate blood pressure (BP). A well-designed study examined the impact of 250 mg of caffeine in subjects who had consumed no coffee in the previous 3 weeks. This study found caffeine increased BP by an average of 14/10 mmHg an hour after consumption. A clinical trial of patients with ... Coffee, Caffeine and Hypertension
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An estimated 105 million American adults have total blood cholesterol values of 200 mg/dL and higher, a level at which cardiovascular disease risk rises significantly.1 Standard dietary approaches usually direct individuals to lower saturated fat intake and increase soluble fiber intake. Now it appears that the advice might also include, ?choose tea instead of coffee.? ... It?s Time for Tea!
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McDonalds is making quite a buzz with its McCafe coffee drinks. Customers are flocking to their counters to save money and add one more stop option for their portable coffee drinks. We decided to take a look at the Nutrition Facts for these McCafe beverages to see what they...