What happens when you stop drinking coffee?

What happens when you stop drinking coffee?

by Tina Sendin March 31, 2020 4 min read

It’s common knowledge that coffee brings a whole range of benefits, the most popular being that instant kick in the morning. 

It’s not just coffee that can be habit-forming. The benefits of regular caffeine fix themselves can lead us to grab one cup of joe after another.

But what if one day you decide to take a break from your favorite cup? 

What happens when you stop drinking coffee?

Here are some of the interesting things that could occur.

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How true - drinking coffee leads to longer life

How true - drinking coffee leads to longer life

by Tina Sendin March 26, 2020 3 min read

How many cups of coffee do you normally have in a day? 

Two? Three? Four? More?

If you’ve read one of our articles “Here’s how much caffeine you can have in a day,” you will know that the sweet spot is 400 mg a day. That’s equivalent to 4 cups of brewed coffee.

This is the ultimate good news for coffee-lovers, right?

But what if you go beyond four cups of joe a day? What exactly will happen?

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When is the best time for meetings?

When is the best time for meetings?

by Tina Sendin March 24, 2020 5 min read

You want to achieve the most productive and effective meetings. So when is the best time to schedule them?

Here are some tips to optimize your boardroom huddles and video conferences.

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Depression and caffeine - is it good or bad?

Depression and caffeine - is it good or bad?

by Tina Sendin March 19, 2020 4 min read

The health and wellness communities have long debated the pros and cons of caffeine, with the latter touching on its effects on mental health. Some studies show that caffeine can help alleviate symptoms of depression, while others say it worsens the condition. This article tackles what the studies show and how caffeine affects our mood.

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Link between coffee and cancer: what do studies say

Link between coffee and cancer: what do studies say

by Tina Sendin March 16, 2020 4 min read

Early 2018, the coffee-cancer connection was making the rounds, causing java regulars – almost two-thirds of Americans - to get all too jittery. 

There were reports saying that coffee may be carcinogenic or cancer-causing (“may” being the operative word here), following a California court ruling warning consumers about a chemical coming from the brewing/roasting process.

So what do us coffee-lovers need to know?

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Does coffee cause upset stomach?

Does coffee cause upset stomach?

by Tina Sendin February 10, 2020 3 min read

Caffeine is known to bring a great deal of health benefits day in and day out. From helping you get clear, misty-looking skin, carry a sprightly vibe throughout the day, or win the gold in your favorite sport, caffeine just keeps winning the java-lover in you.

But it’s not all rainbows and butterflies. Sometimes, having one too many cups of joe leads to unwanted side effects, turning a regular caffeine hit into a love-hate relationship.

Upset tummy is perhaps one of the *supposedly* negative effects of being too caffeine-happy. Hear a growling tummy or feel a nagging pain in the stomach? Must be your fourth cup of coffee, right?

But is caffeine really to blame?

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4 ways you can make the most of your caffeine. No. 4 is a MASSIVE HACK

4 ways you can make the most of your caffeine. No. 4 is a MASSIVE HACK

by Tina Sendin January 31, 2020 5 min read

You love your coffee. You drink it to stay awake and ~ insert various benefits of caffeine here. ~

But are you getting the bang for the cup?

There are many ways to get the most of your caffeine fix. But contrary to popular belief, benefiting from caffeine is NOT about quantity. In fact, going overboard with your cup of coffee can throw you off into jitter-town.

It’s all about HOW you consume caffeine. The good news is that you can always hack your way into your best caffeinated self.

Curious? Well here are some power tips to becoming a caffeine ninja.

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Can you have caffeine while intermittent fasting?

Can you have caffeine while intermittent fasting?

by Tina Sendin January 29, 2020 4 min read

Intermittent fasting (IF) is becoming not just a global health and fitness trend, but a way of life.

According to Healthline: [1]

Intermittent fasting is an eating pattern where you cycle between periods of eating and fasting.

It does not say anything about which foods to eat, but rather when you should eat them.

Doing IF is not just for losing weight, but also for better metabolism, improving medical conditions like diabetes, more optimal brain activity, stronger immune, and basically living longer [23, 4].

While it focuses more on when to eat, rather than what, many people still ask this big question:

Can you drink coffee or tea while going through intermittent fasting?

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Here's how coffee can make you poo

Here's how coffee can make you poo

by Tina Sendin January 27, 2020 6 min read

We all love our cup of joe. Whether it’s because of the surprising health benefits it brings, the occasional buzz we need, or just a habit we’ve formed, it’s become an indispensable part of our everyday life.

But did you know that “nature’s call” comes with your java fix?

This is NOT a drill.

According to various studies, coffee can make you poop.

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Does green tea have caffeine?

Does green tea have caffeine?

by Tina Sendin January 23, 2020 4 min read

Caffeine has been known to give a whole heap of benefits - from giving that first jolt in the morning to keeping high concentration and perky vibe throughout the day.

The good news for big caffeine fanatics is that our favourite - and most frequently consumed [1] - stimulant can come from different sources.

Coffee may be the most popular, but it can also come from caffeine mints and pills, chocolate (beverage and milk bars alike), cake, yogurt, and tea!

Yes - tea. That seemingly innocuous cup of tea can give you that much needed boost.

It’s such a healthy, delicious drink and there are many ways to drink it. But just the same, tea could give you your daily caffeine fix without the jitters.

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Are you a caffeine addict? Here are telltale signs you need to dial it down

Are you a caffeine addict? Here are telltale signs you need to dial it down

by Tina Sendin January 20, 2020 5 min read

Do you find yourself heading to the coffee-maker straight from bed? Then you’re one of 62% Americans who drink coffee every single day. Call it a morning ritual or a habit that can’t be shaken, but it’s pure unadulterated java love. But are you addicted to it? Here's how you'll know if you are and how to dial it down.

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Does coffee dehydrate you?

Does coffee dehydrate you?

by Tina Sendin January 09, 2020 4 min read

One of the common questions about caffeine is whether it makes you dehydrated. Some think that coffee and other caffeinated beverages make them pee more than usual, perhaps making them believe that they’re losing fluids. Some though think that it doesn’t make a dent on their fluid intake.

If we were to turn these myths, urban legends, “feelings” and observations (however way you want to call it) into something scientific, then the million dollar question is…

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