How Much is Too Much Coffee?

How Much is Too Much Coffee?

How Much is Too Much Coffee?

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You need to know about this huge negative effect of having too much coffee. 

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0:00 How much is too much coffee?
0:10 A moderate amount of coffee 
0:53 Coffee side effects 

Today we’re going to talk about coffee and how much coffee is too much. A moderate amount of coffee would be about 2-3 8oz. cups per day. A high amount of coffee would be 4 or more 8oz. cups per day. 

The biggest negative effect that coffee has on your body is the depletion of potassium. Many different things can occur from a potassium deficiency, from heart arrhythmias to fatigue and much more. 

What could happen if you have too much caffeine: 
• It can increase the release of catecholamines (adrenaline) 
• It can increase the sodium-potassium pump
• It can increase diuresis (you’re losing fluid) 
• It can trigger respiratory alkalosis 
• If you add sugar or artificial sweetener to your coffee, you can spike insulin and deplete potassium 

If you drink a little bit too much coffee, make sure you add more potassium to your diet. But, the best thing to do may be to have a small amount of coffee each day. 

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