Nutritionist Exposes a Very Popular Myth About Coffee

In many cases, says nutritionist Pooja Mahija, many people start to “drown out” their drowsiness with coffee again, which eventually leads to insomnia.

All people who want to cheer up need to do is have a light snack, not drink mugs of coffee. Indian nutritionist Pooja Mahija wrote about the real impact of this drink on the body on his Instagram page.

According to the expert, coffee does not help everyone, as its main substance (caffeine) only clogs the brain with adenosine, which causes drowsiness, and creates a false sense of energy.

After that, the brain begins to create new receptors, which are filled with the same adenosine throughout the day. In such cases, many people begin to “drown out” drowsiness with coffee again, which ultimately leads to insomnia.

Pooja Mahajan added that this is the reason why some people start suffering from insomnia because of coffee, while others fall asleep easily after one cup – it all depends on what substance has entered the receptors.

Nutritionist Svitlana Fus warned that flax seeds are contraindicated for children under three years old. They can harm all people who have gallstones, specifically women who have gynecological diseases.

Prior to that, Fuss said that there are three important rules of healthy eating, the first being that there should be a harmonious ratio of energy that a person receives from food during the day and the energy they spend.

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Written by Emma Miller

I am a registered dietitian nutritionist and own a private nutrition practice, where I provide one-on-one nutritional counseling to patients. I specialize in chronic disease prevention/ management, vegan/ vegetarian nutrition, pre-natal/ postpartum nutrition, wellness coaching, medical nutrition therapy, and weight management.

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