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The Hidden Danger Effects Of Caffeine On The Body

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The Hidden Danger Effects Of Caffeine On The Body

The Hidden Danger Effects Of Caffeine On The Body


Coffee has been in the news for multiple reasons. Experts have gone back and forth about coffee’s role when it comes to either heightening your chances of developing conditions, such as cancer, heart disease or diabetes or help protect you against them. 
It then comes down to the caffeine naturally found in coffee beans and how much coffee you drink every day. The common harmony among experts reveals that having up to three cups of coffee may have a neutral effect on you. 
Here are some of the bad effects of caffeine on your body :

Coffee may not make you feel alert in the long run
Coffee has been well documented to increase your heart rate and give you an instant burst of energy. In the long term, however, regular drinkers of coffee become tolerant to caffeine, which makes them no more alert than non-drinkers. It is one of the danger effects of caffeine on your body.

Coffee can interfere with your cortisol production 
Your cortisol levels are at its highest when you wake up in the morning. It is the cortisol that helps you feel awake. Having coffee early in the morning affects the production of cortisol and eventually causes your body to depend on it. That could explain why people are addicted to having it first thing in the morning. 

Coffee can contribute to an expanding waistline 
Swapping your coffee made with whole milk for black coffee instead can save up to at least 160 calories. In fact, chlorogenic acid found in green coffee made from unroasted beans can help lose weight by speeding up the rate at which your body burns fat.

Coffee on an empty stomach may lead to bloating and pain
One of the coffee side effect is it cause bloat and pain in your stomach. Drinking coffee on an empty stomach first thing in the morning can stimulate digestive juices, such as hydrochloric acid production (HCL), even when there isn’t enough food to be digested. The gastric acids can then further irritate the lining of your intestine causing pain and bloating. 

Coffee as a laxative may interfere with the absorption of food 
Although a cuppa first thing the morning can stimulate enough contractions in the bowels to push out waste quickly, it can also cause the food in your stomach to be passed through the small intestines without allowing enough time for the nutrients to be absorbed. 

Coffee can give you long-term stinky breath   
Coffee has a dehydrating effect; to the extent that regular consumption can cause a dry mouth. The drying does not allow for mucosal cells, which live for around three days before they get washed away when they die, to get flushed out on time.  The more coffee you have, the more the cells hang around and decay. 

Coffee can interfere with the absorption of iron

Higher intake of coffee can interfere with the way your stomach and kidney to absorb and retain iron, calcium, zinc, magnesium and other essential minerals. A lack of magnesium can disrupt your bowel movements, and a poor absorption of it worsens this process.

Scale back on your intake of coffee if you're addicted to it, so you don’t suffer withdrawal symptoms or these bad effects of caffeine and try and restrict yourself to no more than 3 cups of coffee in 24-hours to enjoy it without facing any unwarranted repercussions.