Recently, the American federal panel concluded that drinking five cups of coffee a day could be a part of a “healthy lifestyle”, and was not associated with risk of major chronic diseases, which prompted many to rejoice at this announcement.
However some scientists say that it’s far from certain that coffee is harmless and, in fact, findings from genetics suggest that while coffee could be beneficial for some people, it also may be harmful for others.
Many studies suggest that coffee drinkers may be more resistant to heart disease and other health troubles. However those studies, do not examine whether the test subjects process caffeine differently, or how genetics affects how people handle the stimulant. Read the whole article here