Avoiding Caffeine is a Mistake

I believe that avoiding caffeine is a mistake for most people.

There is a trend now of people trying to quit coffee.

Not sure why.

Just because something feels good doesn’t mean it is bad.

Caffeine actually improves your dopamine receptors.

Studies show habitual caffeine use can boost the amount of D2 dopamine receptors.

More D2 = better mood and motivation thanks to amped-up dopamine activity.

This is a good thing.

So no need to skip the coffee.

Coffee is not only good for dopamine receptors and is a killer antioxidant.

The caffeine in coffee has numerous benefits as well.

  • Improved alertness and concentration – Caffeine blocks adenosine receptors in the brain, which helps increase wakefulness and focus.
  • Enhanced athletic performance – Caffeine can improve endurance, speed, power output, and concentration during exercise.
  • Weight loss or maintenance – Caffeine may help burn additional calories and fat, especially when combined with exercise.
  • Reduced risk of Parkinson’s disease – Several studies have found moderate coffee/caffeine intake lowers the risk of developing Parkinson’s, likely due to effects on dopamine.
  • Lower risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia – Some research shows caffeine may reduce cognitive decline, but results are mixed.
  • Liver protection – Coffee consumption has been linked to lower rates of liver damage, cirrhosis, and liver cancer. Caffeine may improve liver function.
  • Lower diabetes risk – Drinking coffee regularly appears to reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, probably via effects on blood sugar regulation.

There are more benefits than downsides.

The main thing is to not go too much above 400mg of caffeine each day.

Do that, and you’re good.

My favorite approach to getting caffeine is Kino Octane 1-2 hours after waking up.

Then I’ll have a cup of coffee a couple hours after that.

Then maybe one more cup of coffee 15-30 minutes before working out.

The caffeine in coffee reactivates the L-theanine in the Octane.

This gives you smooth energy and a euphoric feeling.

This is why Octane is one of our best sellers.

It’s steady energy.

Not an energy spike with a crash.

Most people find it works well as an appetite suppressant too.

Perfect when you want to get lean.

Anyway…

I’ll plan on writing a comprehensive Caffeine Guide at some point in the future.

But for now, I recommend drinking coffee daily.

And for steady energy and enhanced mental and physical performance?

Take Octane daily as well.

Talk Soon,

Greg O’Gallagher

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