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Coffee is a beverage that is savored by people the world over. There are many who start their day with a cup of coffee. Basically, it is the presence of caffeine in coffee and tea that is responsible for the stimulant effect. Caffeine stimulates the central nervous system, making one feel alert. It is one of the most commonly used psychoactive drugs in the world. So, is coffee a diuretic? The term 'diuretic' is used while referring to drugs or compounds that increase the rate of urination. These compounds increase the excretion of water from the body along with other waste products. According to the Food and Drug Administration of the United States and the American Medical Association, moderate intake of caffeine is 'generally recognized as safe', but excessive intake must be avoided. Coffee has a mild diuretic action, which means that it can cause increased urination. It is believed that excessive intake of coffee can have an adverse effect on the fluid balance, thereby causing dehydration.
Coffee is ground coffee beans brewed into a caffeine drink that has become more like water for many parched souls looking for some instant energy. Many begin their day with the fresh, crisp and natural flavor of coffee and end their day's work with the same. For many drinking coffee is like an experience, to savor the aroma, the flavor and to feel the warm cuppa flowing down gently through their throat.
Despite the fact that it predominantly manufactures coffee brewers, Keurig makes most of its profit by selling K-Cups. In the year 2010, it made $800 million from K-Cup sales alone.
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