Espresso is a strong black coffee served in a small cup. It is common to drink espresso at the end of a meal to help combat food coma caused by excessive eating.
Espresso contains antioxidants that boost the immune system. Even for obese people, having espresso may help prevent heart disease and stroke.
Researchers have conducted the study and discovered that the high concentration of caffeine in a single espresso can reduce blood flow to the heart by about a fifth. Coffee that has been decaffeinated improves blood flow.
Caffeine has a stimulating effect on the central nervous system as well as the cardiovascular system. The majority of people will experience an increase in heart rate, which will differ from person to person.
They believe that for optimum heart health, about four espresso shots per day is needed, but everyone has a different level of caffeine in their blood. Don't overdramatize.
400mg of caffeine is the maximum daily dose you can have before you are putting yourself at risk for health problems due to overconsumption of caffeine.
Espresso is also well-known for being gentler on the stomach. First, this increased pressure and shorter extraction time yield a different chemical balance than a drip or pour over brewing method.
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