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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While coffee is neutral or even helpful in moderate amounts, drinking excessive amounts may cause tremors, sleep problems and stress. Caffeine is considered slightly unhealthy for people with high blood pressure. Some di... More »

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A regular cup of black coffee has two calories. However, where most people find the bulk of their calories in relation to coffee is in the items they add to it. More »

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Taro bubble tea, which is a variation of the popular tea-based beverage created in Taiwan in the 1980s, is made with taro root powder, large tapioca pearls, tea, milk and sugar. Taro, a starchy root vegetable, adds a nut... More »

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Eating coffee grounds is not bad for an individual's health, according to Sandeep Godiyal for Natural News. In fact, coffee grounds are very high in antioxidants and nutrients, even when they are used to make coffee. More »

Drinking decaffeinated coffee could increase a person's risk of heart disease. A study of a group of people who drank six cups of decaf coffee a day showed an 18 percent increase of fatty acids in the blood, which can le... More »

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Coffee can be bad for kids if consumed in excessive amounts because of the caffeine in it, according to KidsHealth and How Stuff Works. KidsHealth says a child needs a small amount of caffeine to experience side effects,... More »

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