Wednesday, May 29, 2024

The Coffee Enema Myth

Tik-Tokers and Instagram Influencers love to extoll the benefits of coffee enemas. They claim they cure all kinds of ailments and are safe to do at home by yourself. This is false. Coffee enemas can be bad for your rectal health and they have no proven benefits.

Edouard Al Chami investigates the world of coffee enemas in an MNB Is It Safe feature.

Joanna Mulvaney PhD
Joanna Mulvaney PhD
Joanna Mulvaney worked as a bench researcher for much of her career before transitioning to science communication. She completed a PhD in developmental biology focusing on cell signaling in cardiogenesis at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, before moving on to study axial skeleton development and skeletal myogenesis at King’s College London and regeneration of auditory cells in the ear at University of California San Diego Medical School, USA and Sunnybrook Research Institute, Toronto, Canada. When it comes to scientific information, her philosophy is: make it simple, make it clear, make it useful.
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