You probably know that caffeine is very addictive, but you may not realize just how addictive until you give it up for a period of time. This woman gave up coffee for one week…and was totally surprised to discover all of the new and positive changes that appeared when caffeine disappeared. At the end of her week long trial, she found herself more in control of her need for caffeine, back in control of her health, and aware of some new information that will help to guide her choices in the long-run.
- Giving up caffeine may help decrease anxiety levels and make it easier to sleep
- Bloating may decrease when you cut caffeine from your diet
- When decreasing caffeine your craving for sweet foods may also decrease
“I recently fell off the fitness wagon — hard. I honestly couldn’t tell you what the catalyst was for my downfall from fairly healthy human into full-blown sloth, but I just couldn’t talk myself into working out or caring much about what went into my body anymore.”
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