A new article emerged from the tornado of new research. It verifies a few things.
The caffeic acid and Cafestol in the coffee both increased the release of insulin. The caffein only had a short term effect. The cafestol increased
glucose uptake in the muscles though at about the same rate as some current diabetic drugs do.
So why is there more diabetes today. Maybe it is a simple reason. The paper filters on the drip coffee pots can stop the Cafestol from getting
through, they absorb it. So this could be a contributing reason as to why diabetes has increased in the population, we got away from perking it on
But if you look up cafestol, you find a little more. en.wikipedia.org...
Seems like it can raise serum cholesterol levels by
around eight to ten percent. Probably a result of increasing muscle energy, during use of muscles, the muscles excrete cholesterol as a biproduct of
remodeling. So constant consumption can cause problems also, the levels in the blood of cholesterol rise and if you cannot process it correctly then
it increases heart attack risk. That actually makes sense, when everyone perked coffee, there were more heart attacks and less diabetes. So there
has to be a happy medium. Maybe cycling between regular coffee with the filter and buying a screen for the coffee pot to use in place of the paper
for a couple days a week.
The effect of these two chemicals in coffee is probably the reason people get energy from coffee. The innitial caffeine is a quick buzz, lasting only
a short time. Methyl B12 does not give you energy, Cyanocobalamin gives you energy because the cyanide binds to the thyroid and excites it, but it
unbalances the adrenal gland because it displaces the iodine. The methyl cobalamin makes you calmer, at least it does to everyone I know who has
tried it. This is just an example of how methyl (caffeine) does not actually give us all of the energy in coffee. I get a little buzz from some
decafs. But most times the taste kind of makes me feel sick. I have had a few that tasted pretty good though.
The caffeine in coffee does help with fighting alzheimer disease though, it is necessary. Now this methyl can be gotten from other sources while
still consuming the decaf. You could consume eggs for breakfast, they contain methylcobalamin and also methylfolate. If you can't break down
caffeine because of a epigenetic trait it will give you a rush for hours. Lack of an enzyme is the problem. Just eat something containing adequate
niacin and it will neutralize it a little. Like bacon. Don't forget that piece of cinnamon toast to break down the ammonia formed in the blood by
neutralizing it, This makes the ammonia turn to uric acid which we pee out. Remember this if you get gout, lowering intake of all of this chemistry
can help to alleviate gout which is caused by your kidneys not pulling it out or consumption of too much of this chemistry at the same time. Benzoate
or benzoic acid is what is what breaks down the ammonia, don't overeat the cinnamon at one time, moderation is the clue.
Ammonia in the blood is not too much of a problem but too much over a long time can cause problems. So moderate this chemistry by eating foods
moderately and cycling things in the diet. Don't eat that whole bag of cinnamon toast by yourself, share it with your company.