About caffeine, are you getting too much, not enough, or just right? Guess what? You're supposed to feel a bit jittery after the equivalent of 2 cups of caffeinated coffee or tea. It's a healthy signal from our adrenal (fight or flight) glands. Here are some...
Adaptogens are herbal pharmaceuticals. They work to counteract the effects of stress in the body. Stress takes a toll on the body, especially over extended periods. It can harm neurological, endocrine, and immune systems. Adaptogens “adapt” their function to mitigate the body’s stress response.
Is caffeine bad for you? No, (phew!). It enhances focus and metabolism, reduces the risk for Alzheimer’s disease, and reduces certain liver and pancreas conditions.
The key to balancing added sugars is monitoring how much and how often you consume them. No one is perfect! Sugar in isolation and in small amounts isn’t necessarily the problem; it’s when we go overboard.