Does caffeine really make you shorter?
There is a lot of research on coffee and its impact on human health. While it’s not proven to make you shorter, Harvard Medical School says excessive coffee consumption has been associated with other health concerns. Some of them include: Reduced fertility and miscarriage; Insomnia; Elevated blood pressure; Caffeine withdrawal headaches and migraines
Does coffee really make you live longer?
Yes, coffee drinkers lived longer. Yes, even if they were drinking decaf. But all of these coffee studies are observational. They didn’t randomly assign people to drink coffee or not; people chose themselves. Coffee drinkers in both studies were less likely to smoke, for example, and the researchers adjusted their numbers to account for that.
Does coffee really make you short?
No, coffee doesn’t stunt a person’s growth. How tall you are mostly depends on your genes. Good nutrition is also important to reach your maximum height potential. But coffee does contain caffeine. For most people, a cup or two of coffee a day doesn’t do any harm.
Can coffee really stunt your growth?
There is no scientifically valid evidence to suggest that coffee can stunt a person’s growth. This idea may have come from the misconception that coffee causes osteoporosis (a condition that may be associated with loss of height). But blaming coffee for height loss due to osteoporosis is faulty reasoning for at least two reasons: