This may seem apparent, but it's worth mentioning. A study of 40,000 individuals found that drinking more than four cups of coffee a day may reduce longevity.
If you purchase a large caramel latte, you're ingesting at least 30 grammes of sugar—sometimes more at Starbucks or Dunkin'.
Sugar can promote dehydration, which is a sign of elevated blood sugar and can raise your risk of diabetes if left untreated.
Similar to your sugary latte, if you're not careful with your creamer, your coffee at home will also be drowning in sugar.
Choosing to use half-and-half or a little milk would be a better choice than a sugary coffee creamer.
One research indicates coffee can help you live longer, enhance your health, and prevent age-related disorders like Alzheimer's.
Watch your caffeine intake. Over 1,000 mg of caffeine can trigger anxiety, sleeplessness, and digestive difficulties, according to Healthline. What's too much caffeine?
Coffee has several advantages, including lifespan. Coffee drinkers' mortality risk is 10 to 15% lower than non-drinkers'.