How do I quit coffee? I've done tons of drugs, but it seems to be the hardest one to quit because of the energy smoothing effect / productivity benefits. Loving the taste doesn't help either ._.
get rid of it. no more coffee in the house. if your partner enjoys coffee or roommate or whatever, simply ask them to monitor you so you dont drink it. let them be your acountabilibuddy.
at work, get your closest employee to be your 'sponsor' ask them to not let you drink any coffee.
there is still the chance of buying it on the fly on the way to work, but thats where having an ounce of self control comes in. if you can't handle that, give up.
Coffee depletes your mineral levels via urinating. You dont have to quit, but increase mineral water and water consumption daily. Also dont ever consume coffee black, it increases your average aggression if you consume it daily.
I was drinking way too much coffee, was beginning to effect my heart.
Rather then quit I cut way back. I determined my three favorite times to have coffee and only drink it then. I have 1-12oz cup and always add milk.
Worked for me.
Don't quit, it's good for you
Source: me, the barista
Coffee's good for you bro
"In our study, we found people who drank three to five cups of coffee per day had about a 15 percent lower [risk of premature] mortality compared to people who didn't drink coffee," says one of the study authors, nutrition researcher Walter Willett of the Harvard School of Public Health. Decaf drinkers also saw benefits.
We're not sure exactly how coffee is [linked] to all these benefits. The coffee bean itself is loaded with many different nutrients and phytochemicals. And my guess is that they're working together to have some of these benefits.
>Also dont ever consume coffee black, it increases your average aggression if you consume it daily.
This is retarded.
not him, but google it - caffeine does affect absorption, but the effect is pretty minimal and overall coffee is good for your health.
For example, counteract the calcium loss with two teaspoons' worth of milk in your coffee.