Cutting Out Coffee 14 Days to Break the Habit

Friday, October 17, 2008

Are you a one-cup-a-day kinda guy or more like a nine-cups-a-day kinda gal? Coffee is as much a part of the average adult’s morning routine as brushing their teeth. But how good is it really for you? Find out if it’s time for you to give up that cup ‘o joe. Plus: Try our 14-day plan for quitting caffeine, without experiencing withdrawals…

The aroma of a fresh brewed cup of coffee or the taste of a freshly pulled shot of espresso is enough to get anyone out of bed on time, even on a dreary, cold morning. Coffee is truly a comfort “food.” But while some studies suggest that coffee is practically a health elixir with its abundance of antioxidants, others highlight the negative side effects that caffeine has on our bodies.

The pros: In 2007 alone, studies concluded that caffeine supplements eased post-workout muscle pain and the combination of caffeine and exercise can reduce the risk of skin cancer. Other findings said three or more daily cups of coffee may aid memory in older women, and drinking five or more cups a day can help prevent Alzheimer’s disease.


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