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How Does Caffeine Affect Your Metabolism?

22 August 2021

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For many of us – maybe for you too – starting a day without something caffeinated is hard to imagine and unbearable. However, whatever we put into our body has some kind of effect on our lives, our thinking, and – as researchers show – metabolism.

There is also a genetic factor that plays a role in this process, but for now, let’s skip this part and get more into the details.

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1. What’s your metabolic type?

You probably know which metabolic type you are:

  • Ectomorphic- if you can eat A LOT and it doesn’t matter- you are still slim,
  • Mesomorphic- you are gaining muscles and progress in a gym rather fast and you process food rather well
  • Endomorphic characterised as fat, usually short and having difficulty losing weight

 

When you want to get some effects from going to a gym, gain or lose fat – it may be really important for you to know, what kind of effect does coffee make into that.

2. Set your goals.

When you want to get some effects from going to a gym, gain or lose fat – it may be really important for you to know, what kind of effect does coffee make into that.

For slow metabolizers, drinking more than 100 mg of caffeine per day (that’s about one cup of coffee and 1 cup of tea) – significantly increases the risk of having a heart attack. On the other hand, fast caffeine metabolizers don’t have a higher risk of heart attacks or hypertension, and might actually see some protection from these conditions as a result of caffeine consumption!

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For years, the scientific literature on caffeine and caffeinated beverages has been conflicting, with some research showing increased risk of health problems and others showing the opposite. The genetic differences in caffeine metabolism are a major reason the health effects of caffeine have been so inconsistent between studies. Three cheers for genetic variation!

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3. Conclusion

So, the takeaway? Unless existing health conditions dictate otherwise, and as long as it doesn’t interfere with getting a good night’s sleep, fast caffeine metabolizers can enjoy even high intakes of caffeinated beverages without raising their risk of heart attacks, high blood pressure, or reproductive issues.

What’s more, fast metabolizers can benefit from the naturally occurring polyphenols, antioxidants, and bioactive compounds in coffee and tea (many of which get stripped away during the decaffeination process). But for slow caffeine metabolizers, the story is much different!

 

To reduce the risk of serious health problems, slow caffeine metabolizers should avoid consuming more than 100 – 200 mg of caffeine per day (about one to two cups of coffee), and should definitely avoid becoming heavy caffeine drinkers (the equivalent of three, four, or more cups of coffee per day).

Blog Post written by Krzysztof Fitas  |  10:00 , 22 AUGUST 2021 | Source: https://www.thepaleomom.com/genes-know-caffeine-metabolism/

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