New data suggests that filtered coffee on paper may raise bad LDL cholesterol.
In my video from over a decade ago called Is coffee bad for you?I explained that “the cholesterol-raising factor of…coffee is not pass [through] Paper filter.” As I discuss in my last video Does coffee affect cholesterol?If you are Give People are pressing French coffee, which is filtered but without paper, cholesterol begins to swell in just two weeks, as you can see below and at 0:22 in video. But, if you Transformation To the paper filter coffee, their cholesterol goes down. It’s the same amount of coffee, prepared in a different way.
Since then it has been a cholesterol raising agent from coffee beans specified As fatty substances in the oil inside the coffee beans. One of the reasons it took us so long to find out is that they didn’t raise cholesterol in mice or hamsters or even in monkeys, but they did in humans, as you can see below and at 0:45 in video.
But it looks like the greasy stuff is stuck in the paper filter. “this is explain Why does filter coffee have no effect on cholesterol, while Scandinavian coffee is “boiled” [French press coffee]And Turkish coffee does it.” As you can see below and at 1:07 in my country videoespresso, which has 20 times more caffeine, a cholesterol-raising substance, than leafy filter coffee, too Lifts Cholesterol, although the French and Turkish press and boiled coffee are gradually getting worse. Instant and drip coffee is very low, although neither is brewed with paper filters, but still as low as drip and paper filter coffee. Note, however, that if you make drip coffee with the metal mesh filter common to many machines and don’t add a paper filter in the bud, it’s supposed to be as bad as French coffee.
Studies in general ‘seem consistent You find“That this fatty ingredient was paper-filtered, but” a few studies have suggested that filter coffee may also increase cholesterol levels, and I’m starting to cast some doubt on what appears to be a fairly straightforward picture. So, yes, “although the cholesterol-increasing effects of filter coffee consumption may not be as strong as those of boiled coffee, it is important not to ignore the possibility that filter coffee also plays a small but important role in explaining coffee’s cholesterol-raising effects.” “.
I had learned about a study that found that three cups of filter coffee a day Starch total cholesterol, but the increase in “bad” LDL cholesterol was not statistically significant, as you can see below and at 2:10 in video. The researchers obtained the same results in another study, Finding that subjects who discontinued filter coffee reduced their total cholesterol, suggesting that paper coffee filters may achieve only partial removal of the cafestol. If anyone measured the levels of compounds that increase cholesterol in the blood in Paper filters?
In fact, researchers investigated exactly that and have found Most of the cholesterol-raising cafestol was retained in ground coffee, rather than being stuck in the paper filter itself. In other words, the “primary function” of a paper filter is not necessarily blocking the compound itself, but rather blocking any fine particles Pregnancy the complex. This is similar to what you do when making French coffee. When you hit this plunger with its fine mesh, you will still get a little sludge at the bottom of the cup. This sludge consists of small particles that pass through the screen and can carry some risks. So, cafestool is small Do through the filter. As you can see below and at 3:07 in my country videoCould you Cuts Get over 90 percent of your coffeestool by switching from a French press or metal mesh filter coffee maker to a paper filter machine. If you use coffee that starts with a high level of cafestol, you’re still eliminating about 95 percent with a paper filter, but is there still enough coffee to boost your LDL? You don’t even know… you test it.
As you can see below and at 3:38 in my country videoStudy subjects started drinking High caffeine coffee, and after a month of drinking two cups a day, LDL cholesterol increased significantly, even though the coffee was filtered from the paper. Therefore, if you have high cholesterol despite following a healthy diet, you may want to try cutting out coffee and then retest. Or you could try switching to a lower caffeine coffee. There are all kinds of variables that may affect levels of cafestol, including the degree of roasting or the size of the grind, and one can imagine that a smaller particle size would be Allow for a larger extraction. Since it seems to be roasting destroy In some cafestol, the dark roast should be less, but there was not much difference I have seen between high cholesterol after light roasting vs medium roasting; Both raise bad cholesterol.
In chapters on liver disease, depression, and Parkinson’s disease in my book how not to dieIn this article, I discussed the benefits of coffee for the liver, mind, and brain. Coffee drinkers seem to live longer and have lower rates of cancer overall, but coffee may exacerbate acid reflux disease, bone loss, glaucoma, and incontinence. The bottom line is that I don’t recommend drinking coffee, but mainly because every cup of coffee is a missed opportunity to drink something healthier, like a cup of green tea, which won’t have negative cholesterol consequences.