Best Time to Drink Coffee As Experts Suggest
TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world. Coffee lovers may claim that every time of the day is the best time to have it yet experts share the ideal, best time to drink coffee in a bid to reap its benefit optimally and minimize its side effects.
An article on the wellness website Martha Stewart reported that although some studies say that having a caffeine boost is the best in the morning, experts suggest people grab a cup of coffee 30 minutes before completing an important task.
It is said that the closer the consumption, people will feel more alert and focused. For those who are sensitive to caffeine is recommended to limit the intake in the morning to prevent sleep problems, anxiety, rapid heart rate, and other side effects.
Experts also suggest having it at different times of day to determine what works for the body and observe if drinking coffee after dinner or before bed can cause negative impacts.
A scientific study also finds that it is best to drink coffee between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. given that the cortisol hormone reaches its peak at around 8-9 a.m., 12-1 p.m., and 5:30-6:30 p.m.
A certified dietitian and nutritionist Lisa Lisiewski also said that mid-morning or early afternoon may be the best time to get a caffeine boost to really reap its benefit as the cortisol hormone level is low.
By paying attention to the body's natural rhythm, people can take advantage of this time to maximize the benefits of the caffeine in the cup of coffee.
HAN REVANDA PUTRA
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