A study showing the difference in the effect of coffee between women and men

A study showing the difference in the effect of coffee between women and men
A study showing the difference in the effect of coffee between women and men


Researchers confirmed in a new Norwegian study that coffee has a significant effect on the level of cholesterol in the blood, pointing out that the effect on men is more than on women.


The study, which was published in the journal "Open Heart" in London, indicated that it is not only about the gender of the consumer, but the way the coffee is prepared. The researchers found that drinking coffee in the form of espresso has the largest difference in effect between the sexes, while it was found that Coffee brewed in a coffee shop has the smallest variation.


The researchers added that consuming three to five cups of coffee per day is associated with a higher level of total cholesterol in men compared to women, noting that there is a similar effect as found in coffee prepared in the cafeteria, but only after another six cups.


Coffee is the most consumed central stimulant worldwide, and given the high consumption of coffee, even small health effects can have major health consequences, the researchers wrote in the study conducted by the Arctic University in Norway.


The researchers pointed out that the reason for the imbalance in the effect of coffee between the sexes on cholesterol levels is not yet clear and there is an attempt to conduct more research.


The researchers explained that this study should not prevent coffee drinkers from continuing, especially after previous studies showed that only two or three cups of coffee per day lead to multiple cardiovascular and neurological benefits for the consumer.


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