Does Coffee Really Improve Your Workouts

 

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A 2015 study in Circulation found coffee consumption was associated with a lower total risk of mortality compared to non-coffee drinkers. So, if you like the stuff, by all means, keep on liking it. But in addition to its potential health benefits, can coffee boost athletic performance?

Yes it can, says the American College of Sports Medicine. Caffeine can boost your endurance during exercise, making you able to perform longer before exhaustion kicks in, a separate study on caffeine found. Still, you don’t want to.

Regular coffee intake may also help prep your energy stores for your workouts. ” Animal studies have shown that caffeic acid may increase the transport of glucose in the body and the replenishment of glycogen (stored muscle carbohydrate),” says Jones. Coffee alone has been shownto benefit the metabolism. Combine coffee with MCTs (medium-chain fats), and you have a fat-burning power couple. Drinking coffee before your workout can cause fat cells to be used as an energy source instead of glycogen, your body’s storehouse of carbohydrates. In.

In one study, drinking coffee or taking caffeine in a capsule resulted in similar improvements in cycling performance. When the caffeine dose is matched, caffeine and coffee seem to be equally beneficial for improving performance. In fact, it may improve exercise performance by 11–12%, on average (6, 7). Summary Coffee contains a number of stimulants, most importantly caffeine.

Not only does caffeine increase your. Brewed black coffee is chock full of antioxidants, and its studied benefits go far beyond disease prevention. Coffee may enhance awareness, prevent kidney stones, improve memory, turbocharge your.

Perhaps the greatest benefit of having coffee before your workout is its fat-burning properties. Coffee—when consumed before exercise—can. Caffeine’s main effect on the body is to increase alertness and arousal, which can make workouts seem not so bad.

It also may help the muscles burn more fat. Here’s the theory: Muscles use.

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Caffeine can also reverse the muscle weakness many people experience when they train in the morning.70 Most of caffeine’s benefits are a byproduct of its ability to increase the amount of catecholamines (chemicals that trigger fat burning) in your blood, which also raises your basal metabolic rate.

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♦ Coffee can boost exercise endurance A study in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism sought to evaluate the effects of pre-exercise coffee on athletes’ endurance and exertion.

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Caffeine has now been well studied, and the consensus opinion is that caffeine may enhance free fatty acid mobilization during endurance exercise; however, fat oxidation is not significantly increased, nor is muscle glycogen spared.

“Nutrition for Sport and Exercise” by Marie Dunford, J. Andrew Doyle
from Nutrition for Sport and Exercise
by Marie Dunford, J. Andrew Doyle
Cengage Learning, 2011

It’s also a great workout boost as the caffeine gets your muscles moving.

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Coffee even offers an extra energy boost before exercise; recent research shows that drinking coffee before a workout can help it feel easier and less painful.

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However, because coffee also acts as a diuretic, stimulating urine production, drinking coffee before exercising can cause an athlete to become dehydrated more rapidly.

“The Coffee Book: Anatomy of an Industry from Crop to the Last Drop” by Nina Luttinger, Gregory Dicum
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bit before your workout, coffee can serve as a great pick­me­up.

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Coffee also has powerful thermogenic properties, meaning that it stimulates fat loss and even helps build muscle (when used properly) by repressing a substance in your body called mTOR, which I’ll discuss in detail later.

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Studies of endurance athletes indicate that the working muscles burn more fat when caffeine is consumed about an hour before exercise.

“Nutrition, Exercise, and Behavior: An Integrated Approach to Weight Management” by Liane M. Summerfield
from Nutrition, Exercise, and Behavior: An Integrated Approach to Weight Management
by Liane M. Summerfield
Cengage Learning, 2012

Because caffeine increases fat breakdown and oxidation during exercise, strength athletes have used caffeine to lower body-fat content.

“Nutrient Timing: The Future of Sports Nutrition” by John Ivy, Robert Portman
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by John Ivy, Robert Portman
Basic Health Publications, 2004

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  • that is wayy to much caffeine! take a guy that weights 190 pounds. 2.7 mg for 190 equals 513mg of caffeine for a simple work out. FDA recommends no more than 400. and a cup of coffee has just 95 mg. it takes 6 hours for halve of it to digest so if you take 500mg at 3pm you will still have 250mg of the stuff in you system at 9pm. Tell me do you really think you will be able to sleep at 9pm or even 10pm if you still have about 2.5 cups of coffee in your system? people have enough trouble getting more sleep as is.

  • Hey Abbey, what are your thoughts on daily coffee/caffeine? I love my coffee every day, I only drink it black, but I also suspect it has something to do with my indigestion/stomach problems. I hear different things about coffee though.. good for you/bad for you/ what’s the verdict?

  • how much do I need to wait to drink coffee before and after workout? it depends an muscle up or cardio exercise? and how much do I need to drink? (P.S. i make Intermittent Fasting)

  • Can I take creatine with carbs + caffeine post workout? And All the best Sir, very close to the 1 million extended family. Congratulations in advance!

  • Would the results have changed if they took it earlier or later rather than 1 hour before training? It’s frustrating that they didn’t take time of intake into consideration…

  • Hi. my friends say that coffee should be drunk with sugar.that there would be a better coffee result. they heard it on television when a doctor told them. need or do not need sugar for coffee..
    maybe you understand because I used google translate

  • i dont get it. Why in one of your videos youre saying that coffee and carbohydrates is a bad combination and in this is magically become two best friends?

  • In my experience, Caffeine combined with motivational music helps me get through a whole workout. Without it I find myself wanting to leave around 20min in. Personally, I suggest taking a strong cup of coffee and a non-stim pre before a workout. Try it, you will sleep better and actually get a good 1hr’s workout in.

    With regards to the non-stim pre, try NPL Black Series Vaso Pump.

  • I never have caffeine before my exercise, or in the very least, not a lot. I’m one of those types that gets tired when they have a lot of caffeine, and I’m an endurance athlete… so nah.

  • As far as i know only one meta-analysis about caffeine and muscle strength is published. And it was only able to show significant effects of caffeine in upper body, not lower body? So would not say it is a 100% proven tho.
    (Effects of caffeine intake on muscle strength and power: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Grgic J, Trexler ET, Lazinica B, Pedisic Z)

    What is your sources for this claim?

  • Cafeine is not that good especially if you suffer or had heart murmurs in the past in my case I once overdosed on Cafeine which had given me AF.

  • It’s true, I drink a cup of black coffee before a workout and I did a 9 minute mile. It’s even better when your running in a cold weather as it keeps your body warm.

    Still, I would recommend you drink a cup of black coffee before every workout. Your body will become dependent on it, but the results and performance will be better

    And after a workout, drink water and a gatorade because coffee dehydrates your body and water also gets rods of that coffee aftertaste in your mouth

  • Should I not be consuming fats at this time? You say not to combine fats with carbs. If I drink a coffee with coconut oil and then 30 grams of carbs, is that a big no no?

  • Hey Thomas, i hope you can answer me on this.

    How many carbs are we talking about when it comes to post workout, because i’m a little skeptical of kicking my body out of ketosis?

  • Another Stoppani BS. Just because you have PhD from 50 years ago doesn’t mean you have always the true knowledge.
    Same with Full-Body Workout. When I watch this video i see “partial workouts” in right, For Example: Labrada Back Workout”.
    Not Full-Body. If It was that simple everybody would keep doing full-body

  • he can barely breathe between words or he can barely read…. either way he’s out of shape or sucks at reading from a poor education…. either way he’s the biggest bullshitter out here

  • Drinking coffee has a direct effect on hormones, increases cortisol level. Research shows, increase in cortisol post workout leads to more stress. Stress = Muscle catabolism.

  • This channel has the best produced videos. You didn’t had this bunch of information brought so easy to you via the internet in the old days… This shouldn’t be free tbh.

  • Ok I finished post workout coffee with cream,coconut oil and 1 scoop protein!my doubt Is breakfast necessary after post workout BPC

  • As a competitive bodybuilder, higher doses of 500mg before training is the sweet spot for me. I’m also interested what the science says for hypertrophy training?

    Pscycling caffeine is a must!

  • Hi I found your post workout coffee video very relevant to an article I just published on my site so I have embedded it here.

    https://pinoyathletics.info/is-coffee-good-for-you-or-not/

  • A question popped into my mind, here it goes: coffee has alot of antioxidants. But post-workout you should have the least amount of AO, since the body should have to heal itself. What do you think about that?

  • I’m a coffee drinker, i prefer the italian style espresso, i have 2-3 per day, still when i use sometimes a pre workout with 200-300 mg of coffein, i tend to not feel that well. I don’t faint or anything it just doesn’t feel right and i don’t feel improved performance at all.

  • Some thoughts on mg of caffeine would be helpful before and after. I’m an energy drink consumer and coffee drinkerI’ve tried different supplements and herbs, but I come back to caffeine every time.

  • 28 individuals??? that’s again a joke sample…did they even reported the statistical power? did they even reported individual differences???? do not even bother with this type of research papers…they are published only to serve academics’ publish or perish purpose…as long as there is no meta-analysis with at least several dozens of thousands of individuals or ideally at least several dozens of hundreds of thousands of individuals there is no generalizable evidence for the population…just try how and if caffeine works for yourself…

  • I just saw this video and I have to ask; does decaf coffee work the same way post-workout? Late evening workouts and caffeine won’t work. Thanks

  • Perfect since I ❤️ coffee!

    Question… will drinking coffee in the morning with only one tablespoon of half and half and 1 packet of stevia break me out of fasting?

  • Consuming too much caffeine makes me feel light headed and with leg workouts I can see how this would affect performance due to
    Body position and vessel compression.

  • Caffine is poison. U dont need caffine with work outs u drink water then after uhave a protein shake,caffine is terrible totally

  • This study is stupid. 50-100mg is plenty for those who don’t have tolerance. 480mg is getting to the unsafe point for those without a high tolerance
    (im not Med, just a Cognitive Science major)

  • so let me understand i need to drink 1 coffee pre-workout and then 1 coffee post-workout and after 4-6h eat a good amount of protein and littlebit carbs? (and afc all this after a fasting) am i correct?

  • I love your videos and your website Mike, but in one study, the conclusion is that caffeine doesn’t need to be cycled to produce the maximum of benefits for performance. I don’t agree at all with that, because there is a raise of the cortisol levels after ingesting caffeine, and a tolerance builds up over time. When I drink a coffee from time to time, I hit a personnal record in the gym much often than if I drink coffee daily. On Examine.com, it says the opposite: https://examine.com/nutrition/do-i-need-to-cycle-caffeine/. I don’t drink caffeine actually because it impairs my concentration over a long period of time (I find that I’m too excited after drinking a coffee so I drink decafeinated coffee).

  • You don’t need caffeine. You made yourself need caffeine that your body forgets stimulating itself without substance use. It’s like any other type of substance, from sugar to opioids.

  • Dr. Eric Helms also made a video about this and provides great information regarding caffeine. Here is the link
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YUnPd1NVzg&feature=share

  • I think Stoppani and his halt-and-go style of speech would make for a wonderful mafia character in a Scorsese film: I need. To. Get. Some information. And that means. You. Will. Talk.

  • Thomas that body of yours is something else.You are damn cute and i really enjoy the way you explain all of your video contents thoroughly.

  • So if you prioritize staying in ketosis, then avoiding caffeine before the workout and taking it only after would make sense, no? Because without caffeine preworkout, you will use more glycogen and therefore have more to replenish postworkout. Then caffeine and carbs postworkout will go to better use. Does this make sense? If caffeine is taken before workout, you will not have used as much glycogen, and won’t use as many of the carbs to replenish muscle glycogen?

  • Summary:
    Caffeine as a Pre & Posts Training/Workout is Great for increased Muscle Mass, Fat Loss, Mental and Physical Performance and Recovery

  • 100% fact. I’m a cyclist and raced competitively in criterium for 3 years straight. During training, post rides solo or with my group rides My self and my mate would always have a cup of coffee and even eat pizza. The next morning we would crush out the climbs. I know this is more on caffeine but would love your take on sugar. Because before races I would switch between caffeine or brown sugar mixed in my water bottles.

  • hey man, while its true that caffeine boosts performance, it doesn’t help with strength or muscle gain. what builds strength and muscle is progressive overload, meaning even if you’re a little stronger each workout with caffeine, it wont build strength faster. in fact, caffeine slightly hinders strength and muscle gain from hindered recovery.

  • I knew it I swear one day I drank 4 cups wow what a fucking great work out the other day no coffee pfffff terrible today coffee wow I feel great my muscles are shocked o worked out for 3 hours and I will sleep great tonight thanks caffeine

  • The air in his lungs sounds like it’s in a perpetual state of going in an out, like the outside air is being held hostage by his alveoli, not knowing if they’re leaving, or coming in.

  • I cycle my preworkouts. I’m a high stim junkie, so my preworkouts consist of more stimulants, than just caffeine. Focus and mood elevation are a must, before the gym. They make for a better experience. Stim junkies, know what I’m talking about. 160 milligrams of caffeine, is walmart bullshit. We need minimum, 350mg. ��

  • Mr. DeLauer, I was wondering if this works if I am doing IF 16/8. I lift 5x a week and LISS for 3x a week. I stop eating at 8 pm, wake up and lift weights around 6 am and after my workout I stay fasted post workout until 12 am.

    Can I drink coffee after my post workout? I would drink it somewhere around 9 am and stay fasted for 3 more hours before my first meal. Thank you!

  • I dont like coffe but I always drink it before workout. I feel more pump and motivated to workout. To me black coffe literally tastes like shit, well maybe because just straight black coffe without cream or sugar.

  • What a pleasant surprise to see you actually talking to us Mike! You look great as always. Thanks for providing content so directly and just getting straight to the point!

  • Technically speaking, would you not want caffeine pre and post workout? Pre would mean less glycogen is used up and post would fill glycogen tremendously. Wouldn’t this cause an influx of carbs to spill over into fat since more carbs were preserved during the workout?

  • 1: You will get more energy in the short term but in the long time it will lead to fatigue an addiction. The more you take in the less effective it becomes.
    2: No, caffeine does not make you “stronger”. That’s some genuine bullshit. Your muscles are your muscles. They will not get stronger from drinking a cup of coffee.
    3: Again, the reason you “feel” like you have more endurance is because of the short burst of energy that caffeine provides. Believe you me, you will crash afterwards just like a sugar high.
    4: 100% Grade A Horseshit.

    Also, please show me the study that found that caffeine expands blood vessels. I would like to read it. If it’s actually legit.

  • Hello Thomas!

    Do you know it it also works with theobromine? I’m thinking of raw cacao for recovery. Cacao-banana-smoothie would be great but banana seems to contain lots of saccharose which isn’t preferred, right?

    Tea also has theobromine so that’s also why I’m wondering. I’d prefer tea over coffee as it’s not that acidic for the stomach.

  • Getting chased by an angry bear before a workout will also improve your workout. Both caffeine and an angry bear increase adrenaline thus improving motivation, strength etc. ��

  • My understanding is that you can get benefits from less caffeine as well though. Caffeine enhances focus at much lower levels than 5 cups and enhanced focus will lead to better work outs even if it isnt enough to physically increase your strength on the day. Am I wrong about that though?

  • Could you maybe make a vid about keto-rash. i Love you in depth science-y take on this health lifestyle ive gone from 150kg to 110kg and love this. but the keto rash not so much if you have anything please share in a video:) thanks from denmark

  • I can tell you right now that pre-workout is not for me. It makes my eye all twitchy and it takes literal days for me to completely flush my system empty of caffeine. Taking 4-5 cups of coffee in a scoop of pre-workout ain’t for me chief lol. I hated my eye twitching. If anything I’ll try just regular coffee if I need a pep in my step for the gym

  • Great info!! I’m curious if you have any information on drinking coffee after taking creatine. I’ve heard the coffee cancels out the effects of creatine.

  • So a couple of caveats to this advice: don’t overdo it I’ve seen guys pass out because they had a little too much, and then went too hard in the gym. Additionally, your body quickly adapts to caffeine, so too much will negate the benefits long term.
    Other than that, I totally agree!

  • I really feel like videos such as this should ALWAYS at least mention the most obvious negative effects and risks that come with the subject of the video. While caffeine is widely known, other substances might not be, and people might come to go down the “more is always better” road. Otherwise, I appreciate videos like this one.

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  • I’m drugging up pre during and post workout LOL, wonder how weed affects this because I love running high, will also go high 2 the gym sometimes

  • Do you know what instant coffee brand has a decent amount of caffeine? Andnifmi stop caffeine for a few days will i benefit again?

  • So is it safe to say, black coffee before workout and keto coffee afterwards? My keto coffee would be meal replacement for breakfast.

  • while caffeine is beneficial its not a magical drug and im not going to go what you are “likely” going to have, what you will abso-fucking-lutey have is palpitations,tachycardia, forceful heart contractions, dyspepsia, insomnia. i take 200mg caffeine in the morning and before workout. if i miss a dose i get a headache and if i take it and end up idling because something came up and i couldnt workout i get chest pain. yes it works but its not fucking magical. and its not that great

  • SInce I think performance in the gym has a strong mental component, I feel like consuming something you associate with enhanced workouts can provide a motivation boost and thus a performance boost, regardless whether it actually provides physical benefits. So I will keep having my cup of coffee and believe in my enhanced readiness to go all out.

  • What about for cardiovascular endurance? I’m curious on the performance benefits endurance athletes can have from caffeine and what dosage is best for that.

  • Well, that confirms the earlier studies, in some running studies it is even negative. But I am drinking the coffee to wake up and drag myself to the gym not for the training itself.

  • I am not able to draw conculsion from the video whether i shouldtake caffine pre workoyt or post workoutgor fat loss….cz i don’t want to increase my carbs level…i just want to reduce fat…can anyone plz clear my doubt???

  • Alot of self made WebMD dr in the comments, I find these numbers too be true since a single serving on most pre workouts dont phase me

  • Brewed coffee tastes better in my opinion than instant coffee, but is there any difference in terms of results, when it comes to these health benefits of coffee?

  • Would like to see a study that looks at performance throughout a full workout. Later exercises in a workout may see increased performance as fatigue sets in. A single set of one exercise seems too limiting to be useful information for the typical gym goer. Maybe useful for the PR setting power lifter.

  • HELP…I am trying to do KETO and Fasting. My workout is at 6am. How can I don’t caffeine and CARBS as a post workout…if I am not to break my fast until 11am? This has always been my challenge. The timing of my workout with my meals..

  • Hey, i dont have much knowledge about workout, exercise types, and fitness in general and how to choose right exercise and its types, im currently reading Body for Life by Bill Phillips, can you suggest some more books on workout for beginners which explains how exercises works and its types, body types which i wanna acquire after workout and how to improve other things like stamina, agility etc

  • Hey Mike,

    I just wanted to say I really appreciate these quick videos. They are VERY informative and really easy to play on the way to work or on the go. Thanks.

  • Thats great, but careful if your workout is in the evening, caffeine can get in the way of having a good night of sleep. Getting enough sleep consistently is more beneficial than having 66% more glycogen in your muscle. What he’s not saying is that the carb-caffeine drinks participants were given post-workout had the equivalent to 5-6 cups of coffee in them, which is a serious amount. It’s unclear if the glycogen storing effect is as strong with lower amounts of caffeine, according to the study.

  • If you’re daily with a high caffeine pre workout which is more concentrated then what you find in coffee you are guaranteed to develope high blood pressure in the longer run or terrible anxiety. I’m a living example. Currently recovering and getting back to working out again without any caffeine intake whatsoever successfuly and I feel the same strength.

  • Great video Thomas. But how much Caffeine should be taken pre and post workout as supplements range anywhere between 250mg to 400 or more in one dose.

  • Adrafinil’s better, less jitters, less heart attack feeling, more focus, less nervousness. Just don’t abuse adrafinil or modafinil

  • Coffee with mct oil and collagen peptides with a dash of cinnamon and cacao about 15 mins after post workout keto meal and having trained fasted,,,,,,,you can literally feel the muscles swelling and the fat melting off you!! i do it 6 days a week!!

  • YEY! I only chug coffee for pre-workout… Now I have an excuse to chug more coffee after workout… Hope I can sleep… LOL!
    Will try this out. Thanks, Mr. DeLauer!

  • new information…
    bro I love you and I already watch all your video
    now I have a small problem that I already stop training for 3 months and am lazy to back… would you give us an information to beat this problem,,, am sure also there are a bunch of people that they have the same problem

    thanks a lot <3

  • Bro i’ve a confusion…! Should i do full body (upper-lower) workout or split workouts? Which one is more beneficial for me? I’m 72 kgs, 13% body fat…Kindly reply!!

  • Not really related to video, but question to everyone: Does anyone know of any good channels/accounts on YT or Instagram for fitness/bodybuilding where they show and talk about different excersises, but in a more sober way without gruting and other cringy machismo-stuff?
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  • @Thomas De Lauer: how much coffee before and after work out? How long before work out I should drink my coffee (with coconut oil if I’m not fasting)?
    What about my whey isolate?
    After work out I should drink some coffee, then drink my whey protein and sweet potato to provide the glycogen?

  • Is it safe, again I am on weightloss plan
    And seriously dieting on fixiny myself to strick diet plan is impossible.

    coffee will help me if I consume after my exercise?
    I required to reduce nearly 20kg within month 2 month!

  • Watch out for preworkout products, as it REALLY effect your health and maybe lead to death.
    Once you feel your heart beat is different or some pain in your heart or kidney or you’re sweating waaay too much, stop it and check your doctor!!

  • Yep. That explains why having a black coffee on an empty stomach before a 10km run every morning followed by a leafy green salad helped me stay lean, fit & strong.

  • Cycling in green tea for coffee half the time probably gives 90% of possible benefit without the mild caffeine side effects that bug me. Not getting up to pee just those couple extra times is worth it alone. Plus green tea has it’s own unique micro nutients, so get the pros of both even easier. Cold green tea is easy to sip on mixed into a keto lemonade or similar.

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  • So we are going to break our fast by carbs and when does protein comes into action? And what type of carbs we are talking about and how we gonna stack it with coffee?

  • What is your opinion about using cold coffee during workout?
    (Your videos are great and you already made post and pre-workout coffee, but not while training)

  • Does this mean that i should consume caffeine/carbs 4 hours after workout for best uptake or I should consume them about an hour after and the benefits will hit 4 hours later? Please help. Thanks

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  • So overall, will I get more benefits from drinking coffee before working out or after? If you have coffee right before your workout you still should be able to benefit from the after-workout effects right?

  • which coffee do i need for my pre workout Cold or Hot Coffee, & also is it Black Coffee or Normal Coffee?�������� i need to know guys Cuz im drinking Protein Powder after workout. But i dont drink pre workout supplements. But Coffee wil be fine right if i use as a Pre Workout? �������� plz i need respons asap Ty in advance guys!��

  • I feel like caffeine doesn’t actually make u stronger or even get more reps, it just makes the session more enjoyable? Anyone else get really euphoric in the gym on caffeine and not so much without?

  • Like everything in life, it has its pros and cons. So pick the pros that you’re willing to take on the cons as well. He’s focusing on the pros w/c is the point of the vid. Quite informative tho so thanks.

  • 10,000mg daily to start. Redline Extreme, Bang, Redbull and Monster. Just sip on these through out the day untill you reach the mark. Thank You.

  • I think it’s more of a mental thing. I personally hit slightly higher weights when I have caffeine and it’s honestly probably because I think i feel better, rather than just actually feeling better

  • I need none. Totally non responder. It makes sense tough cause I used to drink 2 liters a day. Now I don’t drink no coffee at all.

  • I understand wanting sponsors, but if you are going to promote a “health” product you have a duty to list the negative effects too. For some people B-12 supplements (even bioavailable B12) can cause extreme irritability. Also, I have no idea how you can feel good promoting melatonin as “non habit forming” since people who use it regularly can desensitize themselves to their own hormones and will need larger and larger doses of the drug or they will be unable to sleep without it. Perhaps “habit forming” to you means addictive, but for the average consumer a drug is “habit forming” if a user cant stop taking it once they start.