Low caffeine content is not a guarantee that coffee will be healthier. Keep in mind, this White Coffee is processed with a mixture of palm oil, margarine, or olive oil. Because of this blend, each cup contains more saturated and unsaturated fats than regular coffee. Each cup contains approximately 5 grams of saturated fat and 7 grams of unsaturated fat.
Milk added to coffee will also increase fat consumption. So, for those of you who are losing weight, limiting fat levels, or preventing cholesterol from rising, you should not drink this coffee too much. Also be careful with the sugar in instant white coffee. Usually instant coffee is added with sugar or artificial sweeteners. Excess sugar is at risk of causing metabolic disorders, appetite is difficult to control, and blood sugar rises to diabetes. So, limit the consumption of white coffee to a maximum of 2 cups a day. You should also choose products that do not contain added sugar.
The morning turned out to be the wrong time to consume coffee, this is related to the production of the hormone cortisol which tends to be high in the morning. The hormone cortisol plays a role in the response to stress and low blood sugar levels. If you consume caffeine when the hormone cortisol is high, then caffeine can affect the production of that hormone. So, your body will produce less cortisol and cause the body to become more likely to rely on caffeine. This is also the reason why someone gets addicted to caffeine, because caffeine seems to replace the more natural work of the hormone cortisol when it ‘awakens’ you in the morning.
How your body reacts to caffeine and how much you limit your daily caffeine intake varies from person to person, depending on your weight, metabolism, body health, and how often your body regularly consumes caffeine. But usually, the limit for caffeine consumption per day is still relatively normal, which is 400 mg.