The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 9
Re: Coffee and Drugs
Posted By: Stephen (A+)
In Response To: Re: Coffee and Drugs (JPeter Owen (A-))
You can over use coffee. Thats what I am talking about. I am addressing the "average" American (and Australian possibly) who consume on average 5.7 cups per day. There is no evidence to show one cup causes damage (even with its known 27 carcinogens!!!). Its the two or more bracket I am talking about. I used to prescribe coffee!! I used it as an interem for asthma sufferers to get off ventolin ect. I think we can safely assume, because there are no nutrients in coffee that it does do more harm to the average (2+ cup) population. Our company actually has a product (homoeopathic) for the strick purpose to ease the withdrawal symptoms of the excessive (2+-20 cup) coffee drinker.
The use you are explaining has a long use in gyms for a pick me up before training. Without getting too technical, the caffiene in coffee stimulates the production of norepinephrine, which stimulates the release of free fatty acids from adipocytes. The gym goers I advise now use green tea because it has the same effects, only better. Because it is a potient antioxidant/anti-cancer nutrient, without debate, it is worth the try.
Once again, thanks for the input about the subject.
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Stephen (A+) -- Thursday, 25 March 1999, at 2:59 a.m.
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