By Serge Kreutz

If you are not yet a follower of the Serge Kreutz diet, consider my advice on coffee and tea.

Coffee and tea both rightfully rank high on the list of human culinary preferences. Both are enjoyed worldwide.

While coffee and tea have completely different tastes, they share the fact that they are mentally stimulating in the same category as amphetamines, though milder in typical dosages.

Nevertheless, caffeine and theobromine are poisons, and anything beyond small quantities are detrimental to sexual function, especially of male consumers.

On the other hand, the flavors of coffee and tea are so superb that they have to be considered an aroma therapy for the smell as well as the taste receptors.

All aroma therapies do have an effect on the mind, no doubt, and by allowing us to play with our senses, they are sensualizing, and that’s almost always conducive to better sex.

As you can see, there is need to differentiate between coffee and tea in the mouth, and coffee and tea in the gut.

In the mouth, it’s all positive. In the further digestive system, it’s almost all negative.

I love coffee and tea. I do consume substantial quantities of both. In the mouth. Not in the gut.

I use coffee and tea every day, all day. If I would swallow all these quantities, I would suffer from severe tachycardia, extreme insomnia, erectile dysfunction, and, after some time, heart disease, kidney disease, and mental disorders.

Alas, I consume all this coffee and tea in the Serge Kreutz diet style. Spit it, don’t shit it.

I drink coffee and tea without swallowing it. I keep it in my mouth for a moment, and return it into a side container for fluids to be discarded.

ANYWAY…

If you carefully examine the tastes of coffee and teas, you will notice that both mostly are aftertastes. They materialize not while you have them in your oral cavity, but only after they have left the mouth, either by having been swallowed or by having been spit out.

You can test this yourself. For the taste of coffee or tea, it makes absolutely no difference whether you swallow it or spit it. Either way, the taste of coffee and tea is strongest after they are gone, and after they are gone, they will last for a minute or so, with a steady rate of disappearance.

My stomach isn’t the trash can for things I have put into my mouth for oral and mental excitement. The trash can is outside of my body.

The fundamental principle of the Serge Kreutz diet is the differentiation between food for the mouth and food for the gut.

So, in one meal, I can have coffee for the mouth, but only pure water for the stomach and onward organs.

And if so inclined, you can have black forest tart with the coffee in and out the mouth, but the water that reaches the stomach will be accompanied only by a few bites of dry bread (if you are not sensitive to gluten and similar proteins), or just some spoonfuls of plain, entirely unspiced white rice, followed by a few bites of fruit.

I do prefer some plain white rice among the substances I pass to my stomach because it is so easy on the digestive system. I prefer plain white rice with water as stomach filler when I feast on cheese, olives, and red wine, all of which I never pass through the esophagus to the stomach, but discard after having enjoyed the taste.

In the field of food consumption, the Serge Kreutz diet is a revolution akin to the arrival of the contraceptive pill in the field of sexual consummation.

Sex is not primarily for procreation; it is for sensation.

Likewise, nutrition is a minor aspect of eating. The primary one is the pleasurable sensation of tastes.