Espresso, filter coffee or instant coffee?
Whether filter coffee, Espresso or soluble coffee, there is no evidence to suggest that coffee consumption is associated in the usual, consumed quantities, a risk to health, reports nutrition scientist Anja Baustian of the society for nutritional medicine and dietetics e. V. in Aachen. An American group of researchers investigated in 2005, the impact of caffeine-containing and decaffeinated coffee on heart, blood circulation and metabolism. Caffeine-containing coffee had fat no negative effect on the measured parameters blood pressure, pulse rate, Body Mass Index, blood sugar levels, amount of Insulin or various blood values (total cholesterol, HDL, LDL) (1). Anyone who has problems with cholesterol levels, should prefer to a coffee filter as this filters out the Coffee to a large extent.
Influence of caffeine on the body
After a sumptuous dinner the rain Espresso and coffee the production of gastric acid and bile secretion, and thus bring the stomach and intestines on the trot. Coffee drinkers with a sensitive stomach should rather resort to Espresso than a Cup of filter coffee. Because Espresso coffee is stomach friendly than a coffee filter.
Reason, the longer and stronger the roasting of the beans. Acids and other irritating substances, which often make the stomach to be destroyed. Furthermore, caffeine can increase blood pressure. Therefore, caffeine for headaches helps. Migraine and chronic headache with a Cup of coffee, however, do not treat.
Different Types Of Production
To enjoy the most classic method coffee method is with the help of the filter. Espresso is prepared in accordance with the vapor pressure principle. It is characterized by its short contact time, approximately 20 to 30 seconds, between espresso flour and water. Soluble coffee is a product that is made exclusively from roasted coffee by using water. The instant powder is produced from the liquid brewed beans, which are concentrated after the Removal of the coffee grounds and dried.
Of the ingredients, the three differ only slightly. Coffee consists of over 1200 ingredients: insoluble carbohydrates, soluble carbohydrates, Coffee, Maillard-products, alkaloids including caffeine, minerals, acids, such as citric, acetic, malic, Chlorogenic and quinic acid, as well as 1000 volatile aromatic substances.
Even if coffee is not harmful to health, should not be consumed in a balanced diet than four to five cups daily. Besides the preparation, the ingredients and therefore the physiological effects are relatively the same. Whether it is the coffee filter, Espresso or soluble coffee, depends solely on the taste. Literature: (1) Coffee and Lipoprotein Metabolism study (CALM). The National Institutes of Health