Can You Eat Coffee Beans?


Yes. Long before people learned to brew coffee as a beverage, they ate the beans to get a boost of energy. The physical effect is the same, but magnified because you are eating the entire bean without watering it down. Eating coffee beans can cause heartburn, since the substances in coffee beans tend to increase stomach acid. People who eat coffee beans will also want to refrain from eating too many at a time - not only can it cause a "jittery" feeling, coffee beans can also have a strong laxative effect.
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The Effects of Eating Coffee Beans
There are many reasons people drink coffee regularly. Coffee has been known for centuries to induce talkativeness, alertness and creativity. Sprinkling crushed beans over ice cream or having a few handfuls of chocolate-covered coffee beans in one sitting... More »
Coffee beans are edible but they won't do you any good because the content in one cup is equivalent to a dozen processed beans. Coffee beans, also known as cherries are seeds of a coffee plant. Eating coffee beans can give you a stomach ache because they have a high acidity level.
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