4 Coffee Myths You Shouldn’t Believe

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Drinking a cup of coffee first thing in the morning is an important ritual for most people which is why this is one of the most widely consumed drinks in the world. But even though it’s very popular, there are still many rumors and myths about coffee, and here are some of those myths that you shouldn’t believe.

It Can Sober You Up

Coffee is one of few things that people believe is great for sobering up after a night of drinking. But while drinking a cup of coffee will probably make you more alert, the truth is that nothing can help reduce the effects of alcohol except waiting.

It’s Not Healthy

Drinking more than four cups of coffee a day and consuming too much caffeine is certainly not healthy. But as long as we drink coffee in moderation it cannot be harmful.

It’s Dehydrating

Even though we can feel dehydrated after drinking a cup of coffee, this beverage cannot cause dehydration as long as we drink enough water throughout the day.

It’s Good For Losing Weight

Studies have shown that caffeine can increase metabolic rate, which means that it can help us burn more calories. However, there is still no proof that drinking coffee can help us lose weight.