Mayo Clinic Finds Some Coffee Consumption Can Be Bad For Your Health

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A new study found heavy use of plastic payments could lead to more cardiovascular disease, breast cancer and type 2 diabetes.

FOX’s Morgan Sturdivant has the story:

Do you charge your monthly grocery bill on a credit card?

Researchers at Mayo Clinic found heavy users of plastic payments, huddled around a coffee machine, wore off-grid portable equipment to study the effect of coffee on other chemicals in the bloodstream.

They found that taking a few too many gulp of this energy drink, could increase your risk of suffering from diabetes, high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease.

Mayo Clinic professor David Hayes says:

(Hayes) “You can’t control your behavior, but you can control your diet. So, you may want to adjust your coffee habit to be a morning cup and a walk for the rest of the day.”

Also, drinking too much coffee may affect hormonal response to hormones which can hurt women during the time of menopause.

Dr. David Hayes, Mayo Clinic, contributed to this report.

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