Coffee can be very difficult for some people to give up. It can be emotionally and physically addictive. It’s common to desire the ‘pick me up’ effect it has but remember, it will drop you back down once its effect has worn off. Many people find that once they give up coffee, their general energy levels lift and they have less ‘highs and lows’.
Physically it can cause withdrawal symptoms like headaches, lethargy and for some, even nausea. These reactions can last three to four days and can be difficult to cope with. If you drink a lot of coffee, it may pay to have a period of slowly reducing your intake before you attempt the Vital Cleanse. Try replacing coffee with green tea, which will give you a little bit of caffeine to help your body cope with the withdrawal.