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Is your coffee bad for you?

Everyday Dose sent this email to their subscribers on September 17, 2022.

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EVERYDAY DOY%E Over 50% of Americans have a genetic variation that may make highly caffeinated beverages harmful to their health. Genes are the invisible forces that influence almost everything about us - from the color of our eyes, to how substances like caffeine impact us. That's why there are some people who can drink an espresso at 8 pm, and sleep soundly all night long, while others are left tense, jittery, and exhausted after just one cup in the morning. - It comes down to gene CYP1A2, which determines how efficiently you metabolize or process certain substances like caffeine, melatonin, Tylenol, and others. We all inherit 2 copies of this gene, one from each of our parents, and each can either be a “fast” or “slow” metabolizer. Those with two “fast” CYP1A2 genes are the coffee-after-dinner type. Those with one or two copies of the “slow” gene variation (which make up almost 60% of the population) take over 4 times longer to metabolize caffeine compared to their speedy counterparts. If you’re in this group, you are also more likely to experience increased negative side effects with high doses of caffeine, like anxiety, poor sleep quality, and jitters. New research is also finding potential long-term repercussions for slow metabolizers who drink more than 3 cups of coffee a day, like high blood pressure and increased risk of heart disease. So what does this mean? Don't worry – you don’t have to completely give up coffee just yet. We developed Everyday Dose to have the right amount of caffeine 80% less than your average Starbucks and added brain-boosting mushrooms, flow-state-inducing nootropics, and collagen to our organic coffee extract. Y The science-backed nootropic ; 2 -Theanine has been shown to have a synergistic interaction with caffeine, to promote a relaxed, productive state without drowsiness or anxiety, so that you can enjoy your favorite morning ritual, without any side effects or negative long-term impact on your body. Upgrade Your Coffee BOOSTS IMMUNITY ALL DAY ENERGY REDUCE STRESS FAT BURNER IMPROVED MOOD 13y RS HEALTHY GUT LASER FOCUS Your brain, body, and genes will thank you.  Muuuush Love,  🍄 Everyday Dose Facebook Instagram
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