You Drink Coffee On An Empty Stomach? Here’s What It Does To Your Body...


The fact that coffee is great source of antioxidants which are able to prevent some malignant disease as cancer of the colon is undeniable.

The chlorine genic acid is to ‘blame’ for the antioxidant characteristics of the coffee. It can also be found in the fruits.

Experts are acknowledging these characteristics of the coffee, but if you are drinking coffee on empty stomach, it could leave negative aftermaths.

It is certain that one cup of pure black coffee on an empty stomach will actuate the secretion of the hydrochloric acid in the digestive tract. The people that suffer from gastritis will feel it quicker.

Also if you have a regularly healthy stomach, you will feel the same because the hydrochloric acid is used for degradation of the food. The digestive disarrays are appearing in the heavy meals particularly difficult degradation of proteins.

The proteins that aren’t degraded can lead to many health issues, like nausea, irritation, or inflammation of the intestines, and even worse cancer of intestines.

Number of researches proved that the best time for drinking coffee in the morning is one hour after waking up, and after eating at least one piece of bread or something else.
When you are drinking coffee after the waking up, the level of the cortisol in your organism will be boosted briskly, so the organism will take time to stabilize the level of cortisol.

Your biological clock is controlled by cortisol, which also stimulates wakefulness. Increased acid, bloating and even puking can be caused by one cup of coffee on empty stomach.

You can mix your morning coffee with a little bit of milk or butter to allay if you can’t start your day without a coffee, but can’t have your breakfast immediately after waking up.

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This post was republished from healthylifetricks.com. You can find the original post here.

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