Few beverages are as popular as coffee. Drinking it is a habit for many people around the world. Some use it to kick start their day or to power through a tough learning phase at university while others enjoy relaxing with some friends over a freshly brewed cup. But, is coffee safe to drink or should we be reducing our intake? In this video, PAN member Cirus Henn spills the beans on the black stuff and takes a look at the scientific evidence about the humble cup of joe.
The Physicians Association for Nutrition (PAN) International is a non-profit organization on a global mission to empower health professionals, individuals, and communities to recognize and use whole food, plant-based nutrition as a powerful tool to create and sustain optimal health. Since our founding in 2018, in Munich, Germany, PAN continues to grow our volunteer network and international presence.
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We know that nutrition is not taught very thoroughly in medical school, so if you’re interested in healthy food, we’ve got you covered. Learn about how to get involved on our website at www.pan-int.org, join the conversation on social media, or subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest in evidence-based nutrition.
van Dam RM, Hu FB, Willett WC. Coffee, Caffeine, and Health. Campion EW, editor. N Engl J Med. 2020 Jul 23;383(4):369–78.
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