Is it safe to combine these ingredients?

Yes, our research showed that as well as each having a robust safety profile, each of the ingredients included in the UDA longevity formula poses no threat of negatively reacting with each other or the coffee in which it is combined.

When should I drink UDA coffee?

UDA coffee can be easily substituted instead of your normal instant coffee brand. We would also like to recommend not drinking UDA coffee too close to your bedtime, as there is evidence that consuming caffeine before going to sleep can disrupt your body’s natural sleep cycle.

How should I prepare my UDA coffee?

Although the ingredients are resistant to heat, to minimize the risk of boiling water reducing the effectiveness of the formula we suggest letting your boiling water cool for 1 minute in an open kettle, before using it to prepare the UDA coffee.

How important is the brewing temperature?

So that the active ingredients are not destroyed, it is advisable to brew the coffee in boiled water under 80°C. Nothing harmful for health is produced by brewing with hotter water, but the thermal destruction of some of the additives will reduce the effectiveness of the coffee.

Can milk/cream/soya milk be added to it?

You can, milk/cream or soya milk will not affect the effect of the coffee. The fats and oils in these products can even increase the effectiveness of the additives in the coffee, by allowing the water-insoluble active ingredients in the additives to dissolve.

Can sugar or sweet syrups be added?

Yes, it is fine, it does not affect the function of the coffee.

Is drinking coffee unhealthy?

In fact, the opposite is true. Drinking coffee has been associated with reduced risk of all-cause mortality (i.e. your risk of dying from any cause over a given amount of time), and reduced risk of various age-related diseases including cardiovascular disease, cancer, and dementia. This is thought to be due to the large amounts of flavonoids, polyphenols, and antioxidants that naturally occur in the coffee bean.

How many servings of UDA coffee can I drink a day?

About 2-5 cups a day, but we recommend 3 cups to achieve the strongest possible effect.

Do the additives affect the coffee taste?

No. When the product was developed, we selected a recipe which has the least effect on the taste of the coffee.

Do you have decaf?

Not yet! But watch this space!

Is UDA safe for people with allergies?

The additives in the coffee are not allergenic, but if you are aware of an allergic reaction to any of the ingredients, it is recommended that you do not use UDA coffee.

Is it OK to Drink UDA Coffee during Menstruation?

The Science

Menstruation is a natural physiological process associated with hormonal changes. For some people, these changes can trigger mood swings, bloating, and cramping. The ingredients in UDA Coffee, namely NMN, Quercetin, Ashwagandha, Alpha-Ketoglutarate, Curcumin, Vitamin-D, L-Theanine, and Indian Roast Coffee, don't have any known interactions with the menstrual cycle, and may even have some benefits:
Ashwagandha is recognized for its stress-reducing properties, which may help manage mood swings associated with menstruation.

1.Ashwagandha is recognized for its stress-reducing properties, which may help manage mood swings associated with menstruation.

2.Curcumin has anti-inflammatory effects, which could help with menstrual cramps.

3.Coffee is a well-known stimulant that can help alleviate fatigue that sometimes accompanies menstruation. It could also help with water retention and bloating due to its mild diuretic effect.

However, it's important to remember that caffeine - found in the Indian Roast Coffee component of UDA Coffee - can sometimes worsen menstrual symptoms in some people. It can exacerbate anxiety and might increase menstrual cramping in some women.


It should be generally safe for most people to consume UDA Coffee during menstruation, but individual responses may vary.


1) A Prospective, Randomized Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study of Safety and Efficacy of a High-Concentration Full-Spectrum Extract of Ashwagandha Root in Reducing Stress and Anxiety in Adults

2) Curcumin: A Review of Its Effects on Human Health

3) Coffee and its consumption: benefits and risks

Is it OK to Drink UDA Coffee on an Empty Stomach in the Morning?

The Science

1.Coffee (and thus UDA Coffee, which includes coffee) is a rich source of antioxidants and is known to stimulate the central nervous system. Drinking coffee first thing in the morning can jumpstart your metabolism and wake up your brain. However, coffee can stimulate the production of stomach acid, which, on an empty stomach, could lead to heartburn or an upset stomach.

2.NMN, Quercetin, Ashwagandha, Alpha-Ketoglutarate, Curcumin, Vitamin-D, and L-Theanine do not appear to have any specific interactions with an empty stomach, though individual responses can vary.


Drinking UDA Coffee on an empty stomach is generally safe. However, individuals who are sensitive to coffee or prone to heartburn or gastric discomfort may want to have it with food.

It's important to remember that everyone's body responds differently. It's always recommended to listen to one's body and adjust dietary habits accordingly.


1) Coffee and gastrointestinal function: facts and fiction. A review

2) Adenosine, Adenosine Receptors and the Actions of Caffeine

This is what I would say to our customers who are asking these questions. I have also clarified the answers with our UK lawyer.

Thank you for your question. UDA coffee is a blend of natural ingredients that can upgrade your health, improve your longevity, and slow down the aging process. However, not everyone can drink UDA coffee safely, as some of its ingredients may cause allergic reactions or interact with certain medical conditions. Here are some of the groups of people who should be cautious or avoid drinking UDA coffee:

People with Seafood Allergy: UDA Coffee does not contain any seafood-derived ingredients, making it safe for individuals with seafood allergies. However, we recommend consulting a healthcare provider before trying a new product.

People with Caffeine Allergy: Please note that UDA coffee contains Indian roast coffee, a source of caffeine. If anyone has a known allergy to caffeine, we recommend avoiding UDA coffee.

People with Kidney Disease: Please be aware that UDA coffee contains alpha-ketoglutarate (AKG), which may have anti-aging benefits by reversing biological aging by 8 years or more. However, it's important to note that AKG can increase ammonia production in the body, which can be harmful to people with kidney disease. The kidneys normally excrete ammonia, but when they are not functioning properly, ammonia can accumulate in the blood and cause toxicity.

Moreover, some ingredients in UDA Coffee, such as ashwagandha and curcumin, may interact with medications commonly used by people with kidney disease. Finally, caffeine can potentially increase blood pressure, which is not recommended for people with kidney disease. As a result, we recommend that people with kidney disease consult with their doctor before drinking UDA coffee or taking AKG supplements.

People with cancer: The curcumin and quercetin in UDA Coffee have potential anti-cancer properties, but their effects differ depending on the type of cancer and the individual's overall health. For cancer patients, it's important to consult with a healthcare provider before trying UDA Coffee or any new supplement. This is necessary to evaluate potential interactions with ongoing treatments or medications.

Pregnancy Preparation, Pregnancy, and Breastfeeding: The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends limiting caffeine intake to no more than 200 mg daily during pregnancy. UDA Coffee contains caffeine, so pregnant women should be cautious about their caffeine consumption. It is advised to consult with a healthcare professional before consuming UDA Coffee during pregnancy.

The elderly: The ingredients in UDA Coffee have various health benefits that could be beneficial for the elderly, such as supporting energy metabolism (NMN and alpha-ketoglutarate), reducing inflammation (curcumin and quercetin), and promoting mental clarity (L-theanine). However, the caffeine content should be considered, especially for those with heart conditions or insomnia. Always consult with a healthcare provider.

People with Diabetes: Some ingredients in UDA Coffee, like curcumin, may help reduce inflammation and improve insulin sensitivity, which could be beneficial for people with diabetes. UDA coffee also contains vitamin D, a fat-soluble vitamin important for bone health and immune function. Vitamin D may also have beneficial effects on blood sugar regulation and insulin sensitivity. However, vitamin D may also interact with some medications used to treat diabetes. Therefore, diabetics should consult their doctor before drinking UDA coffee or taking vitamin D supplements.

People under 18 years old: There is no scientific evidence to suggest that UDA Coffee is unsafe for people under 18 years old. However, the effects of some ingredients in UDA Coffee, like NMN and alpha-ketoglutarate, have not been thoroughly studied in children and adolescents. Also, limiting caffeine intake in this age group is generally recommended. I would suggest you consult with a healthcare provider.


Please note that while UDA Coffee is generally safe for most people, we recommend consulting with a healthcare professional before consuming it, particularly if you have a specific health condition or concern.