So many people in the world drink coffee, especially if you wake up groggy and you need a little kick in the rear. One of the first things we do when waking up in the morning is the anticipation of smelling the fresh brewing coffee hitting our senses. We always wonder if certain chemicals we put in our body in our lifetime can be harmful in the long run. We have good news though, you can keep on drinking your wonderful coffee and more of it after hearing these facts.
It has become more of a ritual to have a cup of coffee when first waking up. Good news is your body doesn’t need coffee when first waking up. Your body naturally produces a hormone called cortisol that helps you feel awake and alert already. So basically if you have the habit of drinking coffee first thing while waking up, you may want to hold off until later in the day when you really need it. You don’t want to waste that caffeine intake while your cortisol is at its highest peak. The hard part is learning the time of day when your cortisol is at its highest. Take a look at the chart below.
Everyone thinks of coffee as being so dehydrating, but we have great news! Coffee isn’t that dehydrating at all! Once considered a diuretic, it’s actually not true. It is only true if you consume large amounts of it then you may be in trouble. Stay around two cups of coffee in a day to stay in the safe area. As long as you don’t over do it on the coffee intake studies have shown the urine output doesn’t really change if someone drinks a caffeine beverage versus someone drinking something like water. Yes, it’s true!
Another key fact is it can help you live a longer healthier life. Coffee contains many antioxidants that help the body fight off many chemicals. The bad thing about it most coffee drinkers have other unhealthy habits such as smoking, eating unhealthy, drinking high consumption of alcohol and eating red meat. So be careful what you put in your body!
Coffee has many important nutrients you need to survive. A single cup of coffee contains 11% of the daily recommended amount of Vitamin B2, 6% of Vitamin B5, 3% of Manganese and Potassium, and 2% of Niacin and Magnesium.
Coffee can help you burn fat. Many studies have shown drinking coffee does in fact increase your metabolism up to 3% to 11%.
The quick high you feel after drinking coffee is actually from intaking tiny small crystals of caffeine.
What you are looking at here is coffee before it is actually coffee. Coffee is a red berry before it’s a bean. And yes, they grow on trees.
Coffee can help prevent Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Studies have shown coffee drinkers are up to 65% less likely to get Alzheimer’s disease which is the leading cause of Dementia.
This coffee Black Ivory, is the most expensive coffee on earth. Why? Because it is made of poop. It costs around $50 per cup and is made of elephant poop.
If you thought if you drank caffeine while working out, you would get a heart attack? The good news is caffeine improves your performance when working out. Caffeine raises your levels of adrenaline and releases fatty acids from fat tissues. But don’t drink too much of it while working out.
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