If the first thing you do right upon waking up is to reach for your cup of coffee, you may want to reconsider this habit. Although it might be hard to start the day without your morning coffee, drinking it before you eat your breakfast can lead to some pretty serious consequences, including high blood sugar levels and strong anxiety.
Here at Bright Side, we are also struggling to pull ourselves out of bed sometimes. But after doing this research, we will definitely drink our morning coffee well after we’ve had our breakfast.
1. If might affect your blood sugar levels.
Many coffee lovers can’t stand the thought of facing the day without a hot cup of Java, but if the first thing your body comes into contact with in the morning is coffee, it can up your blood sugar levels by a whopping 50%. But this doesn’t mean you have to ditch your beloved beverage and switch to decaf. Studies have shown that you can improve this harmful effect if you simply eat your breakfast first and then drink your coffee later.