• Shruti GOCHHWAL

Is Cold Coffee Good for Health?

You might think that coffee is coffee, whether it’s hot or cold. Most often, you might choose between them based on the weather outside. Caffeine is addictive. It is challenging to keep yourself limited only to a few cups of it every day. Drinking numerous cups of coffee throughout the day has been a subject of much debate. But regardless of views in favour of it or not, drinking coffee, especially in moderation does provide a host of health benefits. It boosts your metabolism, provides a variety of antioxidants, and helps in managing diabetes, among many others.

When it comes to caffeine, people often find hot coffee as their only option. But there are many lesser-known benefits of cold coffee with milk, especially for those whose bodies react to high levels of caffeine. Here is why you should include a cup of cold coffee and reap all it’s goodness.

Powerful Cold Coffee Benefits

  1. Good for the digestive system

  2. Also, Good source of antioxidants

  3. Good for weight loss

  4. Good for diabetics

1.   Good for the Digestive System

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Cold coffee is less acidic than hot coffee. Hence it is a perfect option for those suffering from gastric problems like acidity. It is light on the digestive system because of its lower acid levels. You will not have to suffer from unpleasant digestive reflux symptoms, unlike hot coffee, from it. If you generally get an upset stomach after drinking a few hot cups of coffee, then you might need to switch to cold coffee.

2.   Good Source of Antioxidants

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If your cup of cold coffee is not filled with high amounts of sugar, then it is a perfect way to get in loads of antioxidants in your body. When coffee is prepared at a high temperature, it destroys the chlorogenic acid, which is a powerful antioxidant found in coffee. Thus, while preparing it at a lower temperature, you preserve this antioxidant and hence can reap its benefits.

3.   Good for Weight Loss

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Is cold coffee good for weight loss? Cold coffee contains less caffeine, but it does not mean that it contains no caffeine. Caffeine in coffee has been known to increase the resting heart rate. It, in turn, helps you to burn more calories while at rest. The more calories you burn, the more experience a reduction in your weight. Consuming a cup of cold coffee before a workout is an ideal way not only to burn more calories during the workout but also to improve your workout performance.

4.   Good for Diabetics

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Cold coffee can help to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes and make you manage your blood sugar levels more efficiently. It regulates gut peptides that are hormones in the digestive system whose role is to slow down digestion and stabilise your blood sugar levels. Hence, people with diabetes can balance their fluctuating sugar levels by drinking 1-2 cups of cold coffee every day.

How to Make Cold Coffee?

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You can make a healthy cup of cold coffee with the help of the following ingredients.

  1. 4 -5 tbsps of ground coffee

  2. Cold water and cold milk

  3. Some ice cubes

  4. Sweetener of your choice

Directions

Place all these ingredients in a powerful blender and blend. You can keep it in the fridge for about 3 hours prior to its consumption.

Now you know all the health benefits of cold coffee. It’s time to make it a part of your routine. Remember that excess of everything is bad. So limit yourself to 2-3 cups of it every day. In this way, it becomes advantageous for your health by providing you with a range of  weight-loss, antioxidant, and digestive health benefits.

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