Fancy a Cup of Coffee? ☕️ Recent research has suggested that drinking coffee can have some health benefits such as a lower risk of liver disease and some cancers.
But how much caffeine should you be drinking?
Pregnant ladies should avoid caffeine but if needed have no more than 200mg of caffeine a day. Other adults can have up to 400mg.
How much is in my drink? - 1 mug of filtered coffee 140mg - 1 mug of instant coffee 100mg - 1 mug of tea 75mg - 1 can of cola 40mg - one 250ml can of energy drink 80mg
Come and see me in clinic today for more advice and tips on healthy eating.
Take care & stay healthy 😊
Dr Nora x
Research paper: The BMJ, Coffee consumption and health 2017
BBC News Health 2017
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With the festive season upon us what better opportunity to come and have a chat about healthy eating for yourself and your family.
Pop by my clinic today for a consultation and information leaflets.
Take care & stay healthy 🙂
Dr Nora x
Happy World Chocolate Day!! Did you know it’s been scientifically proven that eating a small amount of dark chocolate (70% cocoa or more) a day helps prevent cardiovascular disease?
Always eat chocolate responsibly 😀