Coffee is an indispensable part of daily life. Coffee is among the top five foods with a very high antioxidant content. Almost everybody consumes every morning. But coffee consumption, sometimes it can do more harm than good,  We need these antioxidants because they slow down the aging process and protect the body from the polluted environment we live in.  In some cases, coffee can do harm, especially when you have digestive problems, permanent tiredness, thyroid dysfunction, hormonal disturbances or problems with the adrenal glands.

Generate a lot of Acid

After drinking coffee the stomach produces a large amount of hydrochloric acid, especially if you eat it on an empty stomach. Hydrochloric acid is needed in the body to digest proteins, but its amount decreases if  you drink plenty of coffee. This will create digestive problems such as indigestion, intestinal gas and increased bloating because the proteins are not well digested.

Have a Very Strong Laxative Effect

In some cases, coffee stimulates intestinal peristalsis and has a very strong laxative effect. Maybe it looks good, but it seems that this effect is very aggressive for the gastrointestinal tract mucosa. Thus, nutrients are no longer absorbed properly, and the risk of inflammation is very high. The effect may be the same even if you consume decaffeinated coffee varieties.

Prevents Good Food Digestion

Certain substances in coffee appear to prevent complete digestion. This means that the stomach releases the undigested foods completely into the small intestine and This is very harmful to health because it creates a toxic environment in which bad bacteria develop and increases the risk of inflammation. These inflammations predispose the body to serious illnesses, such as cancer.

Stomach Burns

Coffee consumption can worsen problems with gastrointestinal reflux. According to specialists, coffee relaxes the esophagus sphincter, so the acid in the stomach will climb and irritate the walls of the esophagus. Burning sensations are intense.

 Symptoms of irritable Bowel Syndrome and Gastritis

If you already have these problems, it is preferable to exclude the coffee from your menu, it will make your troublesome symptoms worse. Certain enzymes in coffee favor inflammatory reactions, diarrhea, bloating, cramps and intestinal gas.

Stress and Tension

Excessive coffee consumption will not make you more energetic, but it favors the release of stress hormones in your body. Cortisol, epinephrine and norepinephrine accelerate heart rate, increase blood pressure, and increase tension and stress.

Increases the risk of suffering a Heart Attack

Numerous studies have shown that, especially in people suffering from high blood pressure, high consumption of coffee increases four times the risk of heart attack.