How much coffee should I drink?

Coffee has its benefits . . .

Globally, Millions of people rely on caffeine to stay alert and improve concentration.

Several sources suggest that 400 mg of caffeine per day - the equivalent of 4 cups (945ml) appears to be safe for most adults, but it's not a good idea for children.

Expecting and breastfeeding mothers should consult their doctors about limiting caffeine use to less than 200 mg daily.

Caffeine overdose can cause unpleasant side effects, and for people who are highly sensitive to its effects or who take certain medications may not be a good choice.

Limiting your caffeine habit may cause withdrawal symptoms, such as headaches, fatigue, irritability, and difficulty focusing on tasks. But these symptoms usually are mild and last only a few days.

Cut back gradually, to change your caffeine habit. Pay attention to how much caffeine you're getting from foods and beverages, including energy drinks. Read labels carefully.

Avoid drinking caffeinated beverages late in the day and, this will help your body adjust to the lower levels of caffeine with lessen potential withdrawal effects.

Go for decaffeinated beverages that look and taste much the same as their caffeinated counterparts.

Shorten the brew time when brewing tea to reduce the caffeine content or choose herbal teas that don't have caffeine.


How to make coffee without coffee machine?

V60 Pour Over 

How to use the Kopi Sock

How to use a French press as a coffee maker

Learn more about these methods at the free coffee courses online

By: Douglas


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OCM has also created many marketing workshops and classes for the F&B industry. Many of the modules are running in the Singapore Skillsfuture Classes in tertiary institutions such as Temasek Polytechnic Skillsfuture Academy and also ITE College East COC classes. 

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