So what do you think?
Good or Bad?
Coffee is deemed mostly harmless via people's words and emotions about drinking it first thing in the morning. I love my coffee, especially in the morning, but coffee does contain molds in most brands as coffee roasters don’t test for it. So if you’re sick, fighting something, or have an autoimmune disease, coffee should be avoided unless you’re drinking coffee from a roaster that tests for mold.
Anything that goes in your body you need to know what is in it before consuming it, your organs must stay as clean as possible. There are so many chemicals in our environment today that we need to watch out for, closer than ever before. It’s inevitable in modern day to not get any toxins in your body but the less of them you get in your body the better.
FYI : coffee you drink from stores, gas stations, most coffee shops are filled full of toxins, pesticides, herbicides etc. not to mention the styrofoam cups and plastic lids people drink from.
Drink UP! But know what you’re drinking every morning.
The human body was never meant to hold onto weight. Weight/Fat gain is unnatural and is a consequence of a modern lifestyle. Fat in the body is ultimately stored energy, but if the organ systems are “broken”/not working correctly then a symptom of weight gain is very common.
The key is fixing the organ's toxicity, specifically your liver, digestive system, and blood glucose stability. When these systems are functioning the way we were designed it’s normal to lose weight naturally. Diet does need to be paid attention to and being physically active is important too but it’s honestly not the bulk of this weight loss equation.
This post was built in response to the repeated questions I get from my female patients on what blood work to routinely each year for there annual check up. This added blood work will typically not cost you any extra but will be a huge asset to your health and lifestyle.
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This is the most common response I hear any time I ask to see a patient’s blood work. They have been told that everything is normal, yet they still feel awful. How could this be the case? This post is specifically about why medical and functional blood analysis is different and absolutely needs to be understood