Studies have shown that coffee can help reduce inflammation, aid in Parkinson’s disease treatment, prevent certain cancers and reduce the occurrence of gallstones.
Despite some positive effects when you exercise, coffee can be detrimental to your health if you drink it incorrectly. You can even get drunk on coffee if you are allergic to caffeine and are new to the drink. Experts also advise against drinking coffee if you have high blood pressure, heart disease, caffeine allergy or are pregnant. You should also not drink more than 2 cups of coffee a day to avoid the harmful effects of drinking too much coffee such as heart palpitations, difficulty sleeping, restlessness, headache, dizziness and stomach pain.
The effects of black coffee when consumed properly will not only help you enjoy exercise but also speed up the weight loss process. However, you should not abuse too much coffee to avoid “harmful harm”. If you are being treated for cardiovascular disease, blood pressure and diabetes, you should also consult your doctor before adding coffee to your daily exercise routine.