One of the most basic yet delicious beverages is coffee. Dried, roasted, and ground coffee beans are steeped and strained in hot water to create a freshly brewed cup. Coffee consumption is second only to water in terms of popularity among beverages in some countries. Caffeine makes one feel less drowsy and more alert while improving mood, cognitive function, and athletic performance. Furthermore, it might encourage weight loss and shield against diseases including type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and some forms of heart disease. However, too much of anything is unhealthy. Similar to how drinking too much coffee increases your intake of caffeine, which is bad for your health. Although it is a regular practise, there are many issues and reservations about whether it is healthy to consume coffee on an empty stomach. There aren’t enough studies and study on this, despite some doctors and nutritionists’ recommendations against it. Coffee on an empty stomach aids in weight loss and bowel movement control. However, drinking coffee before a meal has more detrimental effects than beneficial ones, such as heightened stress levels, blood sugar abnormalities, and digestive issues.