I recommend drinking it every morning- I used to drink it only before key workouts and races for a boost, but almost always ended up throwing up beforehand. now I drink it every morning and it keeps everything regular
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coffee is very dehydrating, so you should not drink it before your workout. Banana clearly did not save the situation. so you better drink the water before training and everything will be ok.
I have a coffee experience similar to yours about 3 years ago, I didn't drink coffee at all. I didn't really like the taste of it, so most often I drank tea with friends who drank coffee. Then one day when I was visiting a friend, he decided to make me coffee (he didn't know I didn't like coffee). I decided not to refuse his offer and drink a cup of coffee. After the first sip I was pleasantly surprised, because I really liked the taste. I asked him what kind of coffee maker he uses and he advised me to read ninja coffee maker review. (https://bybloscoffee.com/ninja-coffee-maker/). I think I already know what gift I want for Christmas :D
seattle prattle wrote:
Don't eat bananas on an empty stomach. They are too high in magnesium and will upset your stomach. Great fruit, but only after the run.
Ever hear of the "B.R.A.T. diet" to calm upset stomachs? One guess what the "B" stands for.
Around five years ago, I was addicted to coffee. It didn’t pass a day without me drinking two coffees. Strangely, after I had coffee poisoning, I couldn’t drink coffee for more than a year, since just last month. I began with Matcha, and then slowly, I entered coffee back into my diet. However, I began to grind the coffee by myself. I think it's more reliable this way.
https://www.linlin.in.th/coffee-grinders/- is the store from where I bought my coffee grinder, and I would recommend to everyone their products.
OK, you asked wrote:
That's just gimmicky stuff. If you invest 15% of your income minimum religiously, then you don't have to give up things like that. It's not giving up a latte that makes you a multi-millionaire. It's simply investing automatically from as early as you can in your working life to the time you retire.
If by age 25 you make $50,000 and invest just 15% of that ($7,500), and you were to NEVER get another raise (ridiculous) and never invested more than $7,500 per year, and you got the 10% annual return that guy mentions you'd have:
$2.7+ million at age 62 (take 4% of that annually, and that is $108,000)
$3.65+ million at age 65 (take 4% of that annually, and that is $146,000)
Coffee and hard workout are possible to exist together. But I agree that it should be black coffee. Also, you should drink more water then - I even try to drink water before and after coffee. And I avoid coffee close to the beginning of my training, otherwise, it causes heaviness in the stomach.
If it's coffee with milk, I drink it only after physical exercises. I never add sugar. I think coffee doesn't spoil your training, but in case you have some problems with your heart or blood pressure, you should limit your daily cups of coffee and discuss this issue with your doctor.
I have heard about this store before. Is it as valuable as everyone says??