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Sweetened coffee syrups may increase the risk of diabetes and heart disease because of the additional sugar. ... Too much sugar might be harmful to your health. As an example, according to Healthline, the additional sugars in some flavoured syrups may cause health issues such as diabetes and heart disease.
Adding coffee syrup may amp up the flavour of your morning cup of joe. In hot coffee, iced coffee, lattes, and so much more, coffee syrup is a great way to enhance the flavour. Aside from ice cream and whipping cream, you may use it to flavour tea and more.
As an example, a 2015 study published in the journal Circulation found that coffee intake was associated with a lower risk of mortality. Why? It turns out that, according to Harvard Medical School, coffee consumers may be at a lower risk of cardiovascular illness (including heart attacks, heart failure and stroke), type 2 diabetes, Parkinson's disease, uterine- and liver-cancer as well as liver disease and arthritis.