How coffee impacts your hormones (good and bad)
Doctors valiÂdate coffee’s health benefits yet worry about its contribution to cardiovascuÂlar disease, diabetes, and even cancer.
Coffee is more popular than ever, which contributes to its contradictory status.
In moderation, coffee poses minimal health risks for most people. In some cases, coffee even appears to be protective. But many North AmeriÂcans now consume coffee in large quantities, which can significantly damage our neuroendocrineimmune system over the long term.
Caffeine is one of coffee’s primary constituents with psychoactive activities. It’s part of a group of substances collectively referred to as methylxanthines. These alkaloids are well known for their ability to increase cognitive abilities, improve energy, enhance well-being, and increase arousal and alertness.
We have posted a great article on our blog at Mindful Muscle that carefully explains the following related topics:
- Caffeine and your brain
- Caffeine and your hormones
- Caffeine and your immune system
- Effects on the metabolism
- Effects on brain function and mood
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