The Way I See It…
- There are many claims about coffee and cholesterol.
- One thing is clear: Coffee may raise cholesterol; however, this depends on how you brew it and how much you drink.
- If you’re drinking black coffee or decaffeinated to keep cholesterol in check…think again. Cafestol, a compound found in coffee, elevates cholesterol by hijacking a receptor in an intestinal pathway critical to its regulation, according to recent research.
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