@MarikaSboros
Marika Sboros - Journalist, editor, writer.
a month ago
ICYMI! This gem from Dr @LoriShemek in praise of the brown brew! #Coffee https://t.co/LKGdgUN1QK
@LoriShemek
Lori Shemek, PhD
6 months ago
Coffee Reduces Inflammation. In multiple studies, coffee drinkers had lower levels of inflammation than non-coffee drinkers In another study, #coffee drinkers experienced a 6% increase in their inflammatory marker levels when asked to refrain from drinking coffee for 1 month. https://t.co/ViXPLXOG38
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@LoriShemek
Lori Shemek, PhD
a month ago
@MarikaSboros Thank you Marika! ❤️
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@Ivanv1
IvanV1 💎
a month ago
@MarikaSboros @LoriShemek we didn't miss it and it's still part of the gospel 😉
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@kjellsm
The real Kjell S. Moss
a month ago
@MarikaSboros @Havenlust @LoriShemek Drink liquid caffeine Thats it. Not only as coffee. Side effects. Aminophylline
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@dsmready
Dr. Alexander ツ
a month ago
@MarikaSboros @LoriShemek That's interesting because I love coffee. The only thing I don't love is the idea that we rely on it on a daily basis. I tried going off of it for 3-4 days in a row when I caught a cold last November and felt great without it! I proved to myself that I didn't need it.
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@DeborahDuffin
Deborah Duffin MRSS
a month ago
@MarikaSboros @energiepur @LoriShemek I don't drink coffee at all - which ingredient in coffee has this effect and what else can I have instead to reduce inflammation?
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@RoyTroy9j77
Toby 💙
a month ago
@MarikaSboros @LoriShemek Doesn’t coffee illicit the same response as adrenaline? Therefore, isn’t there a problem with adrenal fatigue? Coffee does reduce inflammation but is better taken before exercise, where it also initiates fat burn 🔥
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