5 Reasons Why Coffee Is Bad For You


It is no news that some people are addicted to caffeine and if you are a regular or addicted coffee consumer then you should limit the consumption of the product. Find five reasons below to make you reconsider drinking that cup of coffee.

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1. Weakening of the Stomach Lining

It has been observed that the acidic effect coffee has on the stomach contributes to the weakening of the stomach lining. Drinking coffee also irritates the lining of the small intestine, consequentially leading to abdominal spasms and cramps often interchanging between constipation and diarrhea.

 

2. Interference with Drug Metabolism and Detoxification

Some constituents in coffee can meddle with normal drug metabolism and detoxification in the liver, making it hard to control the detoxification process in the liver.

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Eliminate coffee and caffeine from your system and see how truly energized you feel.

 

3. Coffee and Its Laxative Effect

The usage of coffee deliberately as a laxative whereby peristalsis is stimulated poses a problem to our health. Coffee also appears to enhance gastric emptying, whereby the stomach’s contents are quickly transferred into the small intestines, most times before the digesting food has been well broken down.

In this somewhat digested state, it makes it much more complicated for nutrients to be absorbed from your food and it also redoubles the likelihood of irritation within the gastrointestinal tract.

 

4. Your Kidneys and mineral absorption

Coffee drinkers have problem getting adequate minerals from their diet, even when they take mineral rich meals. This is because coffee affects iron absorption in your stomach and the way your kidney retains calcium, zinc, magnesium and other important minerals. Although all this nutrients are very important for healthiness, any obstruction with magnesium assimilation is particularly nerve-racking as it is necessary to maintain bowel reliability.

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5. Stress and Tension

Drinking too much coffee promotes the release of stress hormones such as cortisol and epinephrine. These hormones increase your heart rate, blood pressure and tension levels.

The caffeine in coffee is known for the interruption of GABA metabolism. Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid is a neurotransmitter that regulates mood and stress levels.

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  1. tetegumm

    I beg to disagree.Coffee can also be a substitute to tea bags

    1. It is not about substitutes to tea bags but the negative effects of coffee

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