Coffee is controversial.
Depending on who you ask, it is either a wonderful beverage or addictive poison.
I’ve looked at the science, and it seems pretty clear that coffee has been unfairly demonized.
Coffee is actually a complex beverage, with hundreds of bioactive compounds.
In fact, it is the single biggest source of antioxidants for many people .
Studies also show that coffee drinkers have a lower risk of diseases like type 2 diabetes, neurological disorders and liver diseases .
However, just because a little bit of something is good, it doesn’t mean that a whole lot is necessarily better, or even safe.
So, how much coffee is too much, and what is the “sweet spot” to maximize the health benefits while minimizing the risks?
Let’s find out…