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14 Common Caffeine Myths DEBUNKED

Does the aroma of freshly brewed coffee pull you to coffee shops? Having coffee in the morning is like a ritual for many. It’s almost like a button that switches you on for the daily grind. What is your reason for having coffee? Do you have it when you are sleep-deprived? Do you believe it torches calories? Or is it just out of habit?

In today’s video, we are about to debunk caffeine myths. Stay tuned because, who knows, you might be having coffee for all the wrong reasons!!

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Timestamps:
Intro – 0:00
Before we go ahead do you know which foods contain caffeine? – 00:29
Do you feel thirsty after having coffee? – 00:49
Pregnant folks, has your doctor advised you to dial down your caffeine intake? – 01:28
Are you thinking of switching to tea for less caffeine? – 02:08
Let’s spill the beans on the myth that “more than one cup of coffee can cause cancer” – 02:54
For most of us, coffee is a morning beverage and when you are tempted to have it at night you often get told that it might cause insomnia. – 03:40
Caffeine does not make up for lost sleep either. – 05:01
Are you guilty of chugging coffee after a bad hangover? – 05:34
Moving along, is caffeine bad for your bones? – 06:29
Should heart patients stay away from caffeine? – 07:05
Do you feel like you’re hooked on caffeine? – 07:33
Are you hoping coffee will give you a slim waistline? – 08:06
Do you usually order decaf? – 08:52
Lastly, does that dark roast have a dark secret? – 09:20

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Summary:
Do you know which foods contain caffeine?
It’s not just your espressos and javas. Regular tea, green tea, chocolate bars, chocolate syrup, energy drinks, ice creams, kola nuts, caffeinated chewing gums, and a few medicines contain caffeine of varying amounts. It really is everywhere.

Do you feel thirsty after having coffee?
Then that might be from the extra sugar and sweeteners. People often say caffeine is a dehydrating agent but that really depends on how much you have.

Pregnant folks, has your doctor advised you to dial down your caffeine intake?
And you thought you only had to give up on alcohol, sushi, and soft cheeses!! Studies show caffeine less than 200 mg does not affect fetal growth.

Are you thinking of switching to tea for less caffeine?
Then hold on a minute. The type of tea, the length for which the tea steeps, the temperature of the water, particle size of the tea powder and the amount of tea used for one cup will all play a factor in deciding the caffeine content in the tea.

Let’s spill the beans on the myth that “more than one cup of coffee can cause cancer”
We’ll start by defining what one cup of coffee is. A drink that equals eight ounces or less can be considered 1 cup.

For most of us, coffee is a morning beverage and when you are tempted to have it at night you often get told that it might cause insomnia.
This statement might hold true for a few. There are quite a few people who can sleep well right after drinking coffee at night. It depends on your genetics and what other foods are present in your stomach at that time.

Caffeine does not make up for lost sleep either.
If your brain is not well-rested at night for a good 7-9 hours, toxins start accumulating and reduce your attention span. Caffeine can help you stay alert but it will not improve your performance on the various tasks and daytime functioning.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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