Over the years, conflicting information has been written about the risks of caffeine. Studies have shown that drinking coffee has been tied to pancreatic cancer...high chloesterol...heart attacks...and birth defect.
Reality: The results of these studies have been called into question by health experts. That's because people who drink a lot of coffee tend to have other bad habits as well, such as smoking or not exercising---which may be the culprits.
Caffeine and Osteoporosis
While caffeine in coffee, tea, cola, chocolate and some medications can cause jitteriness trembling, irritability and insomnia, studies have not substantiated most of the claims about caffeine's negative long-term effects.
Exception: There appears to be a connection between consuming high levels of caffeine and osteoporosis---the thinning of bones that can lead to hip fractures, especially in older women. Risk factors for osteoporosis include being female, thin, white-- particularly of Northern European ancestry---or Asian...not exercising...smoking...and having a family history of the disease.
Self-Defense: If you are at high risk for developing osteoporosis, you should significantly reduce your caffeine intake and be sure to include enough calcium in your diet. In one study, women who drank at least one glass of milk per day were protected from the bone-thinning consequences of caffeine.
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