The James Swanwick Show
About This Show
The James Swanwick Show teaches you the four pillars of living your best life, which are health, wealth, love, and happiness. Former SportsCenter anchor on ESPN, James Swanwick, brings you world-class mentors including millionaires, sexologists, relationship experts, retirement experts, financial planners, celebrity personal trainers, New York Times best-selling authors and nutritionists. www.jamesswanwick.com.
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212: Is Coffee Good For You? Sincere Hogan
2 days ago
Show Notes: JamesSwanwick.com/212 Is coffee good for you? Do you need your coffee in the morning before you can do anything else? Are you dependent on coffee? Is that a problem? Those are just a few of the topics I’m getting into on this episode of Sincere Hogan. Coffee is a staple of the modern diet, and really modern culture in general. While some people are addicted to it, and there is always that danger, it is also important to understand that there are incredible benefits to coffee as well. At the end of the day, everyone is different, and a substance like coffee will affect everyone differently. One of the most important things for you to do is to track the results from anything you eat and drink. Learn about both the good and the bad of coffee, but then track its influence on you, and make your own decisions from that information! Key Takeaways: Coffee is full of antioxidants Coffee is good for cardio and brain health Provided the coffee is from a good source, it can be healthy in the right amounts Coffee increases blood flow to the brain Coffee can be an effective pre-workout formula a couple hours before working out Many of the coffees you get will have pesticides sprayed on them Coffee has been shown to lower type 2 diabetes When you are dependent on your coffee to stay away, you are probably dealing with adrenal fatigue Coffee can increase cortisol, which isn’t a good idea for someone who is dealing with a lot of stress Don’t stress about the foods
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Date published: 2014-09-22