Study after study has found that coffee has a host of potential health benefits. Yet there’s still a lot of confusion among consumers and in the media.
Surprisingly, 69% of Americans report that they have not even heard of any studies related to coffee and disease prevention, according to recent NCA market research.
And despite the fact that people already have less than the 3-5 cups daily recommended for optimal physical benefit, limiting caffeine intake was cited as the leading reason to cut coffee consumption.
Here’s a quick glance at some of the most common misconceptions on coffee and health – and what the science really says.
To learn more about coffee, caffeine, and health, join the NCA Science Leadership Council for the Coffee Science Fair at the NCA Convention in Atlanta, March 7-9.