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November 1, 2020
How Genes Influence Your Caffeine Consumption

Do you start your day with a cup of freshly brewed coffee? Does a cup of tea warm your insides and leave you feeling fresh in the evening? Do you stock up energy drinks in your fridge to help handle late nights? All these beverages have one thing in common - caffeine. Caffeine is an […]

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June 16, 2020
Coffee And CYP1A2: 3 Ways High Caffeine Intake Can Affect You!

What does the CYP1A2 gene do?  CYP1A2 codes for the production of 21-hydroxylase, which is part of the cytochrome P450 family of enzymes. This family of enzymes is quite important as it is a part of many processes, that include breaking down drugs, production of cholesterol, hormones, and fats. The adrenal glands secrete the enzyme, […]

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July 5, 2019
Caffeine: The Buzz May Be In Your CYP1A2 Gene

Caffeine acts as a stimulant of the Central Nervous System (CNS), causing increased alertness. It is the world's most widely consumed legal psychoactive drug. Caffeine offers a range of benefits from something as small as over an afternoon slump to reducing the risk of some serious health conditions like heart diseases. Some common food sources […]

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June 20, 2018
Your Daily Cuppa Could Be Driving Your Anxiety: FAQ About Genetic Testing For Caffeine Sensitivity

It is hard to believe that caffeine, a stimulant that holds popularity in battling fatigue and improving creativity, can do any harm. 1. Caffeine Sensitivity Caffeine sensitivity is a term that describes the efficiency of the human body to process caffeine and to metabolize it. We have all heard of co-workers who drink 6 cups of […]

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