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Leading nutritionist, Rania Batayneh, warns: Too much coffee can “break” your heart

by , 16 June 2014

There are more and more studies coming out that prove caffeine is good for you. But as with anything in life, too much of a good thing can be bad!

That's why nutritionist, Rania Batayneh, warns about what happens to your body when you drink too much coffee. And while she advocates coffee for a variety of health issues, there's one disturbing consequence for your heart when you have too much:

An irregular heart beat.

But before you stop drinking your favourite blend of java, take this advice to minimise the few negative effects coffee can have on your system.

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Use these three tips to prevent heart problems associated with too much caffeine 

Some people are more susceptible to an irregular heart beat caused by caffeine than others. So if you’re one of them, you’ll usually notice your heart pounding in your chest, you’ll feel more restless and you’ll probably feel a skipped heart beat or two.
If this sounds like you, here’s how you can protect yourself from heart problems related to these symptoms.
1.      Cut down on your caffeine intake. This includes coke, chocolate and cocoa too. So if you love your coffee, choose to drink one or two cups a day only and leave the other caffeine-containing foods for another day.
2.      Drink lots of water before and after you drink coffee. It’ll help your body flush the caffeine sooner.
3.      Choose decaf over caffeinated coffee. If you need that caffeine kick, blend half a teaspoon of regular coffee with half a teaspoon of decaf. This way you’ll still get the flavour without a big dose of caffeine.
If you do suffer from heart problems or elevated blood pressure, speak to your doctor about how much coffee you’re allowed to drink!
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