9 Things That Happen to Your Body When You Stop Drinking Coffee
You could suffer from constipation
For many people, coffee serves as a diuretic, helping with their digestive system and stimulating their bowel movements. If coffee works in that way for you too, then a no-coffee diet might make bathroom time a lot harder.
But don’t worry! There are healthier ways to keeps things moving through your intestines, without having to rely on coffee. For instance, you can consume fiber-rich foods such as whole grains, vegetables and beans and maybe step up your exercise efforts. Do you know what else will make your digestive system happy? Water! So hydrate, hydrate, hydrate!
Just make sure you read this post Can You Drink Too Much Water? (How Much Is Too Much?!) before you turn into a water-binging elephant.
You could have a healthier smile
Not only is coffee acidic in nature, but it also causes your body to produce acid as well. This means every sip of coffee can soften your tooth enamel, causing your teeth to become thin and brittle. When you stop drinking coffee, you also stop the eroding attack on your teeth, keeping them whiter and healthier.
See what other habits could seriously harm your health, including your teeth and smile.