Is Coffee Bad for Hormones?

by | Feb 22, 2022 | Hormone Health | 0 comments

Is Coffee Bad for Female Hormones?

Ohh coffee, iced, hot, latte, cappuccino.

This might be your true love or toxic lover.

Let’s first discuss caffeine.

Caffeine is a chemical that is found in not only coffee, but also tea, cacao, yerba mate and many other beverages. Let’s just stick to the most common ones consumed in our country.

Maybe you feel great when you drink coffee, you have your ritual around it, you love the taste and smell. Your whole morning might revolve around this cup of liquid goodness.

What’s your favorite way to drink coffee?

Or maybe, you turn to coffee to perk up and get through the day. Only to feel more anxious, on edge and jittery with a belly ache.

Regardless of how you feel, you definitely want to tune into this video. I’ll deep dive into all things coffee and help you determine if it’s right for you.

If you are a female struggling with PCOS or hormone imbalance, you might not understand if coffee or caffeine in general is okay for your hormones.

Or perhaps you’re just looking to optimize your hormones and taking a preventative approach, also super awesome! The more informed we are, the better we can make educations for our specific body.

It’s important to do the best you can to take an individualized approach. Often times we are offered blanket statements of information. And this doesn’t always provide us the best support when we are looking to learn more about our individual bodies!

The perfect example is that caffeine may impact women differently.

Compounds in coffee may reduce risk of diabetes in some, while for others, coffee can negatively impact blood sugar levels.

Learn more in this video below!

And if you’re interested in getting to the root cause of your hormone imbalance, schedule a call with me! This call brings you one step closer to managing your hormones for good.



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Written by Eleni Ottalagana


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