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Pedro Pascal coffee: viral and… unhealthy?

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        All over the world, millions of people start the day with a cup of coffee. Whether it’s to get to work on time, to get some exercise in the morning, or just to reset yourself before a busy day. Actors, like the rest of us, need that caffeine wake-up call in the morning too. Especially when they have a lot to do. AND Pedro Pascal, star of some of the most important TV series such as ‘The last of us’ and ‘The Mandalorian’he has a lot of work.

        Pascal is everywhere. The spotlights take away privacy and, therefore, more details about Pascal’s characteristics come to light. The last shows her choosing six coffees to start the day. How did the internet find out about Pascal’s order at Starbuck’s? Thanks to that a short video shared on TikTok. In the video, Pascal chats with fans on the streets of New York and signs a Star Wars action figure, while sipping his morning coffee. Fans analyzed every minute of the wholesome interaction. Some noticed the fine print on the Chilean-American actor’s mug, which shows, among other things, that Pascal likes to go a little too high on caffeine.

        Unsurprisingly, reactions to Pascal’s request to Starbucks have been mixed. Some describe the request as “violence” and others as a “cry for help”. As Pascal is one of the busiest men in the industry, you probably feel like you need that extra push.

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        Drinking coffee has been shown to have several health benefits.. According to Healthline, coffee is rich in antioxidants and contains several essential nutrients. Caffeine has also been shown to improve brain function and boost metabolism. It has even been shown to reduce the risk of diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. However, Pascal walks the line between casual, energetic consumption and dangerously high levels of caffeine.

        Each shot of espresso contains about 64mg of coffee, which means that Pascal’s morning cup contains a whopping 384mg. And more than 400 mg is too much. We’ll likely see more of Pascal with The Last of Us Season 2 confirmed as everyone’s favorite helmeted hero, the Mandalorian, continues to grace our screens. Too much coffee probably won’t kill Pascal’s engine.

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