I’m addicted to coffee, and I’m not giving it up. Instead, I discovered the best ways to minimize the bad effects of caffeine. Check this out!
0:00 Introduction: Is caffeine bad for you? 0:50 Should I consume caffeine for energy? 3:10 Caffeine benefits 3:58 The bad effects of caffeine 6:04 The best ways to minimize caffeine side effects 7:25 Check out this video on bulletproof coffee!
Today, I’m going to show you how to neutralize the bad effects of caffeine.
The benefits of caffeine: • It can help lower the risk of dementia • It can help decrease the risk of gallstones • It can help with a fatty liver • It can help decrease fibrosis within the liver • It can help decrease liver enzymes • It can help increase your fasting time (if you add fat to your coffee) • It can temporarily increase cognitive function
The bad effects of caffeine: • It can increase blood pressure • It can increase cholesterol • It can increase cortisol • It has the potential to cause insomnia • It can increase adrenaline • It can cause anxiety or depression • It can increase fatigue • It can cause arrhythmias • It can cause headaches • It can cause panic attacks • It can cause mood swings • It can give you neck tension • It can cause jaw tightness and teeth grinding • It can cause a vitamin B1 deficiency • It can act as a diuretic
Many of the negative effects of coffee or caffeine occur in people who have a genetic variation that lowers the ability to detoxify caffeine and other toxins.
Even if you don’t have this genetic variation, you can still do certain things to help detoxify caffeine from your liver more thoroughly.
How to minimize the bad effects of caffeine: 1. Lessen your exposure to caffeine and toxins 2. Do heavy exercise 3. Consume cruciferous vegetables 4. Consume celery and parsley 5. Consume curcumin
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Thanks for watching! Give these tips a try to help deal with the bad effects of caffeine. I’ll see you in the next video.
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