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Coffee and cholesterol: Risks, benefits, and more

February 21, 2021

From the Medical News Today website

Studies have identified a risk of coffee raising a person’s serum cholesterol levels, although it may depend on the brewing method. Unfiltered coffee and French press coffee may raise cholesterol levels, while instant coffee and filter coffee are less likely to affect them.

The risk of heightened serum cholesterol levels also depends on how much coffee a person drinks and how sensitive they are to caffeine.

Keep reading to learn more about how coffee can affect serum cholesterol levels, the risks and benefits associated with drinking coffee, and tips on lowering cholesterol levels.

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