coffee tables. Sunday , October 30th , 2016 - 14:18:22 PM
Unlike most of Latin America, coffee is very popular in Brazil, with many Brazilians preferring a cafezinho - a strong and very sweet coffee. Coffee is consumed all through the day, in dainty little cups, with or without meals. Coffee added to a glass of milk is often served for breakfast to kids as young as 10 years old. Though American-style coffee culture and drinks are gaining popularity, walking while eating or drinking is a strict no-no in Brazil.
Fact: Earlier, it was believed that the caffeine present in coffee can adversely affect the health of pregnant women, and also lead to miscarriage and low birth weight. However, research has proven otherwise. Sticking to just one cup of coffee a day, is considered safe for pregnant and lactating women. But remember, too much coffee can be harmful.
Researchers are investigating the impact of regular and decaffeinated coffee, and the risk regular coffee poses for the development of prostate cancer in men. It was found that men who consumed decaffeinated coffee lowered their risk of developing prostate cancer as compared to those who did not consume decaf coffee.
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