The claims about the positive effects of coffee are false, and they all stem from a very powerful “coffee lobby” that has its origins in both commercial and ruling families.
Caffeine is an alkaloid that the coffee plant uses to kill insects that eat its seeds. The coffee plant also uses caffeine in the coffee pods to kill surrounding plants so that the coffee plant itself can get more sunlight and grow better. Caffeine is a pesticide that causes genetic breakdown in living cells that come in contact with it.
Magnetic resonance imaging recordings taken before and after consuming 1 cup of coffee show a 45% decrease in blood flow to the brain. When the blood flow reduction was measured accurately, it was actually 52% less blood flow to the brain after just a small cup of coffee.
Brain imaging studies of chronic coffee drinkers showed that they showed the same degradation of their brains as chronic alcoholics, cigarette smokers, Parkinson’s patients, and marijuana users.
Coffee increases energy levels through the human metabolic fight or flight response because the body is afraid of the caffeine-based poison. However, coffee does not give energy, rather it removes it from the body. The energy that a person feels when drinking coffee is ultimately the body as it goes into overdrive because caffeine is a poison and all poisons activate an energy release in the body (fight or flight). Coffee removes energy from the system so that the person gradually becomes more and more exhausted every day, thus establishing the world’s most dangerous energy stimulation addiction … coffee addiction in pursuit of energy for the body.
When the fight or flight response is triggered in the body, the lower intelligence centers of the brain are activated, as well as hormonal systems that control aggression, violence, irrational and illogical decision-making, jealousy, anger, anger, fear and paranoia. Coffee creates low-level mental functioning with the addition of any negative emotional response the body can produce.
Caffeine and the Limbic System
When coffee (caffeine) is consumed, the limbic part of the brain becomes hyperactivated and the higher learning centers of the mind are inhibited. The limbic part of the brain is only concerned with sex, procreation, protecting the territory, getting food, and personal safety. The limbic part of the brain is the most primitive and least developed part of the mind. If you want to trick or dominate another person, it is best to have their limbic system activated because it puts them in a mental state similar to that of a child.
Contraceptive drugs inhibit the removal of ingested caffeine. This effect is dramatically increased by alcohol or pain reliever use, causing many cases of caffeine poisoning, which are then diagnosed as something else once the person reaches the hospital.
It has been proven that coffee can cause prostate enlargement, anxiety, insomnia, depression, birth defects, pain syndromes, unnatural breathing patterns, brain damage, hyperactivity, learning disorders (due to brain damage), behavior disorders, fatigue, certain types of cancer, Crohn’s disease, colitis, tendonitis, ulcers , Iron deficiency, heart disease, headache, increased incidence of muscle and tendon injuries, joint pain, heart attack, stroke, mini-stroke, etc … and that’s just a short list.
Caffeine promotes fat deposits
Coffee causes fat buildup and cellulite by triggering the body’s fight or flight system (like any poison or danger does). This ultimately changes the body’s primary fuel source requirement to include fat. When the body feels threatened, it prefers fat as its primary fuel source, over sugar or protein. The constant activation of the body’s own fight or flight system (via the daily intake of caffeine poison) contributes to a metabolic shift towards fat storage and fat preservation, because again the body prefers fat as a fuel source in the fight against any poisonous intruder … because fat 9 calories per gram for the fight contains as opposed to 4 calories per gram in sugar and protein. Welcome to the land of coffee (caffeine) increases in body fat, weight and cellulite. Coffee also destroys muscle tissue as the body deliberately breaks down muscle when poisoned to facilitate additional fat storage.
Coffee (caffeine) blocks the absorption of medical iron.
The overall threat of caffeine in general includes caffeine teas, chocolates, caffeine-based energy drinks, caffeine-based fitness drinks, and over 2,000 over-the-counter and prescription drugs that INTENTIONALLY contain caffeine.
Coffee weakens the adrenal glands
Coffee can have strong negative effects on the adrenal glands. Over time, adrenal fatigue can develop. As a result, the thyroid becomes underactive.
Coffee and adrenal glands
The caffeine in a single cup of coffee can be as stressful as watching a horror movie.
After years of stress, the adrenal glands will eventually become exhausted. This affects the entire glandular system. This is particularly noticeable in the thyroid, which is underactive. Note: Cancer patients ALL have very low adrenaline levels.
Many negative effects of caffeine
For example, caffeine promotes the excretion of calcium via the kidneys. Regular coffee consumption could therefore contribute significantly to the development of osteoporosis.
Further possible negative effects of caffeine in brief:
- stimulates insulin production in the pancreas
- Blood pressure rises
- Fast pulse
- Stomach acid is increased with the risk of acid belching and possible stomach problems later on
- Smooth muscle blood vessels dilate
- Adipose tissue releases fatty acids, so that the fat content of the blood increases and the circulation is stressed
- the amount of urine increases
- Coffee is the most pesticide-treated plant in the world
- is roasted at temperatures of over 200 degrees Celsius, forming tar-like products similar to cigarette tar, which are classified as carcinogenic
- Caffeine molecules are supposed to attack external cell receptors and prevent adenosine from escaping. Therefore, the adenosine content of the blood increases and you get tired. Adenosine is involved in energy transport.
- Coffee is a substance similar to amphetamine. It takes 4-8 hours for the body to burn 66 mg of caffeine. A normal cup of coffee contains 100 mg of caffeine.
- Oxalic acid
- Fenols, which are involved in the production of nitrosamines in the gastrointestinal tract (nitrosamines are suspected to be highly carcinogenic)
- Tannins, which are made up of a number of toxins such as tannic acid
How about decaffeinated coffee?
Not good. Why? Chemicals are used to eliminate caffeine. In some cases, substances such as trichlorethylene and methylene chloride should be used. These are both substances that are classified as carcinogenic. The possibility cannot be excluded that there are minimal residues of these substances in the coffee.