The energy in coffee is derived from its high concentrations of caffiene, a psychoactive compound which has several adverse side-effects as concerns general health (mostly as it affects neurochemistry and the metabolism, as caffiene can promote anxiety, stress, and abnormal food cravings). it’s my guess that most people looking for natural energy supplements try to avoid caffiene because of these common side-effects.
I think it’s because coffee isn’t necessarily a “supplement” as we use the term. Supplements are used to replace things that we need but are not getting for some reason. While we do need energy, we don’t need caffeine, which is from where coffee derives its energy.
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