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    Default So is coffee a diuretic or no?

    So is coffee a diuretic? I have heard that recently the fda has reversed its classification from a diuretic to no longer being considered one. I have yet to find anything significantly confirming on either end at the FDA's website. So can you guys help me out, what is the official consideration?

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    Answered you on the other forum you posted this question in.
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    FDA is a joke......
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    I believe it is considered a mild diuretic. You would have to be consuming a large amount to have that affect.

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    the caff. in the coffee is
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdrianBryant View Post
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    No. No it isn't.
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    Coffee is most certainly a diuretic due to its high caffeine content. That's why drinking coffee makes you pee a little more than usual. Some people do consume energy drinks for the same reason but it is not recommended.

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    So can you guys help me out, what is the official consideration?

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    if fda say probably is laying

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    I think it changes with your caffeine resistance and current state. If you drink coffee on an empty stomach, the influence on your body will be stronger than drinking it after a meal.
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    Although experts have argues about it. I think coffee is quite diuretic. I urinate more if I drink it more often.

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    A diuretic is a substance that builds the body's creation of urine, yet overabundance urine doesn't really prompt lack of hydration, except if you neglect to drink more liquids. Coffee is a diuretic it makes you go to the bathroom more often, so it must dehydrate you. Health specialist like marylandpainspecialist and SpineMD also said that coffee is a diuretic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michaelfern View Post
    Coffee is most certainly a diuretic due to its high caffeine content. That's why drinking coffee makes you pee a little more than usual. Some people do consume energy drinks for the same reason but it is not recommended.
    So is coffee a diuretic? I have heard that recently the fda has reversed its classification from a diuretic to no longer being considered one. I have yet to find anything significantly confirming on either end at the FDA's website. So can you guys help me out, what is the official consideration?

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    As I already pointed out, no, it is not. Further reading with links to pertinent clinical info: https://www.rd.com/health/wellness/i...ee-a-diuretic/
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    Quote Originally Posted by fitguy22 View Post
    its a diuretic
    Nope. Still not.
    Donít chase the 1%, there is no magic training routine or diet thatís going to provide any measurable results over the basic principles for getting huge and strong: Train heavy, eat and sleep more.

 

 

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