Coffee yes, caffeine no. 😄
Benefits of coffee
Coffee beans undeniably contain elements that are good for my health:
- Free amino acids.
Moderately, coffee is good for the heart and blood.
Its medicinal benefits combine well with those of thyme and cowslip.
For which disease?
Some substances in coffee have shown promising results in cases of :
- Liver diseases.
- Essential thrombocythemia.
- Cardiac disorders.
- Type 2 diabetes.
- Scarlet fever.
- Multiple sclerosis.
Drawbacks of coffee
However, roasted coffee is a matter of debate.
On the bench of the guilty, caffeine is the object of all the attention, because it is double-edged.
On the one hand, it allows to :
- Anesthetize fatigue.
- Stimulate nerve cells.
- Mobilize the body’s energy.
- Improve sports performance.
- Increase concentration.
However, caffeine in high doses (more than one cup per day) promotes the following effects:
- Hormonal disorders.
- Digestive disorders.
When to drink a coffee?
Coffees are usually drunk at the end of a meal.
However, caffeine increases adrenaline production. This hormone is secreted in case of stress. In other words, the body prepares to react, and slows down digestion.
In the evening, drinking coffee can also disrupt sleep.
The best time to drink coffee is :
- At least 1 hour before a meal.
- At least 1 hour after a meal.
- Before 6 p.m.
The best alternative to coffee is decaffeinated coffee.
There are also some plants that temporarily increase energy levels, without any adverse effects:
- Tabernaemontana sananho.
- Rooibos associated with vitamin C.
However, in case of chronic fatigue, I can directly explore the root causes: emotional memories.
Is coffee good for health?
Yes, one cup a day taken outside of meals.
No, if more than one cup a day, because caffeine has many undesirable effects.