Nine Surprising Sources of Caffeine
Overworked and sleep-deprived, more people are using caffeine as an
energy crutch than ever before, experts say. That's not all bad: In
fact, 250 milligrams of caffeine per day-that's two to three cups of
joe-wakes up the brain, improves concentration, relieves stress,
and may also help you live longer. But if intake is turning into
addiction, you may notice side effects , including dehydration, trouble
sleeping, anxiety, an upset stomach, and even problems during prenancy.
Tips to Make Bad Coffee Taste Better
Tips to "Green" Your Coffee HabitIf you're trying to cut back, you've probably already reduced the amount of coffee, tea, and sodas that you consume. But the sneaky stimulant can pop up in unexpected places. Since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) doesn't require manufacturers to list caffeine content on nutrition labels, it's often hard to tell whether a product contains the stimulant, and how much.
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