Dangers of Caffeine

In order for our bodies to be in a health promoting state they must contain pure fluids and unblocked cells. The fluids in the cells are called protoplasmic and are the key to the success of healing and health on The Dancer’s Diet. Importance must be emphasized on putting pure natural foods and fluids into our bodies and avoiding harmful ones such as Caffeine.
Caffeine contains one of these protoplasmic poisons called theobromine which is found in cocoa beans of coffee and chocolate. Caffeine is the most commonly used stimulant with over eighty percent of the population consuming it. It comes in the form of coffee, chocolate, tea and these all contain substances called methyxanthines.
Caffeine gives us myriad of physical ailments. Caffeine is known to cause birth defects in babies and should be avoided in pregnancy. It also causes enlargement of breast tissues which leads to benign lumps and can even be connected to breast cancer. Avoiding caffeine will help prevent bone disorders as it is shown to cause a loss of calcium in the bones. There are many obvious signs that caffeine is an addictive drug such as headaches, fatigue, tension and depression lasting for many days after with drawing from it. Finally, this drug also promotes the following examples: elevated heart rate, irregular heartbeat, increased blood pressure, frequent urination, increased gastric acid secretion (which contributes to indigestion, gastritis, and ulcers), nervousness, irritability, insomnia, loss of appetite, nausea, and diarrhea.


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5 Responses to “Dangers of Caffeine”

  1. Nichole Says:

    Thank you o so verymuch!!
    U ttly made me stop drinking over 14 cups of coffee
    every day!!
    YOU RUINED MY LIFE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. ozenblog Says:

    oooopss.. sorry…lol

    How’s that going? Are you also putting nutrients into your body to balance out the cravings?

    Dean O

  3. Rosemary Gore Says:

    So, assuming I want to delete caffeine from my daily diet – or at least sharply decrease my intake – AND I don’t care for “just plain water”….what trade-offs can I use. And, how do I minimize withdrawal? Thank you!

    • ozenblog Says:

      Hi Rosemary. Good Question. Great to see you’re making a good choice for you health.
      As a reminder, our bodies are made up of 70% water. I understand you may not be keen on water and realize a lot of people have this same feeling as we sometimes tend to get bored of water. I think of water as a necessity, and would encourage you try adding as much water as possible to your diet. This alone will increase your health substantially and immediately.

      Regarding the Caffiene. There are some herbal substitues for coffee, however you may also want to consider.
      1. Either choose to go cold turkey or gradually decrease your coffee intake. (Example, if you have 3 cups a day, try having only 2 cups for one month, then 1 cup for one month, then maybe one every couple of days, then once a week, etc. ) Whatever option you choose, make up your mind and stick to it. The power of intention is very effective.

      2. Perhaps use a substitute that is a bit healthier instead of caffeine. You can try Green Tea. That has some antioxidant benefits. Also if you are into colder drinks, I recommend some of the new healthy energy drinks. They have natural , time released caffeine, that will give you the same benefits as coffee but will not harm your body. In fact some of them actually have a full spectrum of essential vitamins and minerals as well. This would be my number one choice. Some examples of these are.
      a. Steaz energy drinks
      b. Verve (from Veema) containing the best nutrition around.
      c. FDS energy drinks with vitamins and antioxidants.

      Regarding alternatives to water. There really isn’t too much that is better than water. However i would recommend fresh vegetable and Fruit Juices. For the full benefit, they Must be freshly juiced. This is actually better than water as it will be fresh juice with natural vitamins and minerals. Any other bottled juice is pasturized, and therefore is not natural.

      I hope this helps. Let’s keep this conversation going! Let me know what you decide to do!!
      Dean O

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