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How to reduce the effects of coffee on your health...

by , 16 July 2018
How to reduce the effects of coffee on your health...
If you love your coffee, you'll know that it can make you feel jittery, increase feelings of anxiety, affect your sleeping pattern, it could even give you headaches.

But don't worry, below, you'll discover three ways to reduce the negative impacts of coffee...

And by the way, coffee has been found to be healthy in the longterm - studies show it helps reduce the risk for diabetes, Alzheimer's and cancer - so you don't have to feel guilty about loving your caffeine! Just keep it to no more than four cups per day...

5 Steps to reduce the negative effects of coffee...

#1: Drink a mug of warm water with lemon before your first cup of coffee
Hydrate your body by drinking a mug of warm water with a lemon slice in it before your first cuppa. This simple but effective detoxifying drink will hydrate your system and flush toxins out of your GI tract that your body has been working to get rid of while you’ve been asleep. It will also wake your digestive system.

#2: Always choose organic coffee over processed types
Many coffee shops use processed, instant coffee, which is acidic to the body and bad for your health. Choose organic coffee instead, which you’ll find at most local coffee vendors. 

#3: The healthiest way to drink your coffee is without all those added extras
Sure – extras like whipped cream and sugar can be delicious in a cup of coffee, but at the end of the day they only make your cuppa unhealthy. Enjoy your coffee plain Americano style, or add a spoon of coconut oil as creamer and cinnamon for a yummy spicy taste! These are both healthy additions to a superb cup of coffee.
 
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4. Use filtered water for your coffee
Coffee is 99% water and if you're going to use the healthiest ingredients, besides the organic coffee, all you need is filtered water.

5. Eat before drinking your first cup of coffee
When you eat or drink, your body produces insulin so if you drink your coffee first, the insulin will kick in and you may feel a little tired after a while. Instead, eat breakfast and drink your cuppa afterwards to feel refreshed and ready-to-go for the day...
 
Enjoy!

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