6 myths and facts about coffee decoded With endless conflicting news stories around what foods and drinks you should and shouldn't be consuming, it can be hard to stay on top of what is true and what's false especially when it comes to your favourite vices.
While drinking excess caffeinated coffee probably isn't advised most people agree 400mg of caffeine (around 4 5 cups) a day appears to be safe for most healthy adults the drink often gets an unfair reputation. The team at Shark Ninja who spent years developing the Ninja Coffee bar have dispelled the myths about coffee, to ensure you can enjoy your favourite brew with a clear conscience. 1. Coffee causes insomnia: SORT OF MYTHWhilst caffeine is a stimulant, caffeine consumed during the afternoon is still processed by the body at a high speed, mainly through the liver. On average, it takes 5 7 hours for it to be 'half flushed' from your body. Within 8 10 hours, 75% of it should be gone. Sensitivity varies from person to person, and many metabolise coffee quickly. Coffee earlier on in the day shouldn't leave you with insomnia, oakley prescription glasses although health experts advise avoiding caffeinated drinks in to the late afternoon or evening. If you enjoy the taste or ritual, why not opt for the decaffeinated version? Jake Curtis 4. Coffee is safer than energy drinks: FACTCoffee is oakley usa sale far lower in sugars and chemical additives than most energy drinks and caffeine supplements, especially if it's brewed fresh from organic beans. With energy drinks often being linked to obesity, coffee is a sensible alternative for a quick pick me up. 5. Coffee dehydrates you: MYTHCoffee is mostly water, which counts toward your daily fluid intake. Whilst coffee is a diuretic, a substance that makes you need to use the bathroom frequently, it doesn't mean that your body is losing water. Water should always be consumed in addition to your coffee intake, however drinking a few cups a day won't dehydrate you. If you are in good health and have moderate consumption, you should be fine. 6. discounted oakleys Coffee can power your workout: FACTMany studies have proved that caffeine intake before exercise increased athletic performance. A report published in Sports Medicine refers to caffeine as a 'powerful ergogenic aid' and many people do use coffee as a pre workout tool. Although this might not be for everyone, and it is always advised that you find out what works for your body. The materials in this web site are in no way intended to replace the professional medical care, advice, diagnosis or treatment of a doctor. The web site does not have answers to all problems. Answers to specific problems may not apply to everyone. If you notice medical symptoms or feel ill, you should consult your doctor for further information see our Terms and conditions.
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