Coffee, Morning Only Or All Day Long?

Discussion in 'Caffeine' started by Collden, Aug 28, 2018.

  1. dbh25

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    Or try 5 days drinking it, 2 days not, per week
     
  2. Aymen

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    yes i got adapted to it , i get insomnia if i take it 3-6 hours before bed time especially if i go to the gym that day . i have read an article saying 9-11 am is the best time to drink it but who knows .
     
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    every other day or 3 times a week didn't work for me , if i take 400mg i get insomnia but when i took it everyday my body got adapted finally .
     
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    I had a genetic test (for MTHFR) done and it said I was a caffeine hypermetabolizer based on the CYP1A2 gene/enzyme. Everyone is different. For Coffee Drinkers, the Buzz May Be in Your Genes
     
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    probably,Its ok to drink coffee anytime you want.
    but I would prefer to eat bigmeal before the bed.
     
  6. Arrade

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    I really don;t like coffee. I feel like I lose focus on my goals, and the increased sweating my body is being stressed. That said it is an enjoyable vice I take part on on the weekends, maybe only sparingly does it provide its androgenic benefits.
    I like to take taurine with my coffee, really cheap pharma grade here:
    https://www.amazon.com/Jarrow-Formu...=UTF8&qid=1536282620&sr=1-12&keywords=taurine

    I think coffee is a better treat for myself.
    @Luckytype I used to drink a redbull every "leg day" as it added oomph and a burst of calories to be used immediately. Cleaner than other energy drinks, though regular Monster I think could be a decent snack

    You have have to worry about citric acid (which comes from corn) in drinks like Monster
     
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    RP told me to take magnesium if overheating (including from coffee) . Worked like a charm. Not sure he said this exactly, but overheating from metabolism stimulating things is indicative of Mg deficiency. Or that revving up the metabolism demands more Mg. Really a half full/half empty thing.
     
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    Thanks, I don’t about I’m deficient in magnesium. I read elsewhere coffee influences the use of calcium in a negative way, magnesium also being a factor in regard to calcium, seems to tie in.
     
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