Coffee is the most consumed active drink in the world and is drunk routinely almost all over the world.
However, it should be noted that coffee contains hundreds of different substances, including antioxidants, carbohydrates, lipoids, vitamins, minerals, alkaloids, and so forth.
However, the influence of coffee on the cardiovascular system is mostly described as the active caffeine substance.
In a new study, scientists have proved that large consumption of coffee, and in particular caffeine, increases the risk of ventricular arrhythmias.
High consumption of coffee is considered as drinking three or more cups per day.
Since numerous studies have proven positive effects of caffeine, primarily on oxidative stress, the authors of the new study recommend that coffee consumption be kept at average values so that it can benefit.