Heavy coffee consumption is considered to be anywhere from 500 to 600 mg per day, which is equal to about five to six cups of coffee. Up to 400 mg of coffee per day, or four cups, appears to be acceptable for most health... More »

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Those who drink too much coffee may suffer from anxiety, muscle spasms and audio illusions. Prolonged use over time has also lead to osteoporosis, notes the National Osteoporosis Foundation. More »

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Black coffee, without added cream or sugar, is thought to be the healthiest form of the beverage, but like anything else, consuming too much can be unhealthy. The main ingredient in coffee is caffeine, which has well-doc... More »

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Someone with a 2,400-calorie per day diet should limit consumption of coconut oil to under 2 tablespoons daily. This is based on the recommendation to limit total saturated fat intake, including coconut oil, to under 10 ... More »

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Those who drink too much coffee may suffer from anxiety, muscle spasms and audio illusions. Prolonged use over time has also lead to osteoporosis, notes the National Osteoporosis Foundation. More »

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As of 2015, depending on the model selected, Bunn home coffee pots brew a minimum of 4 cups of coffee and a maximum of 8 or 10 cups of coffee. Single-serve coffeemakers are also available. More »

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A moderate amount of caffeine may help a person feel more alert and awake, but excessive consumption does present health risks. For adults in good health, up to 400 milligrams of caffeine per day is generally acceptable,... More »

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