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Caffeine: It's the world's most popular psychoactive
drug - buzzing our brains, fraying our nerves, robbing our
sleep. And we simply refuse to survive without it.
A testimony for a better way, "Powerful
Brew", Lets Live Magazine, April 2005 states "
Coffee that's good for you? A cup of Reishi can stop acid
reflux and clear acne." Link
Coffee is the number one source of cell-protecting antioxidants
in the U.S. diet, according to a study by researchers at
the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania. Of a study of
100 foods -- including tea, chocolate and cranberries --
coffee outranked them all. Link
Studies suggest that extroverted people are less sensitive
to caffeine's effects than introverts. Link
Pain relievers fortified with caffeine have proven more
effective than the analgesics used alone. Link
Recent studies show that coffee drinkers have a lower
risk of Type 2 diabetes, a disease that's poised to be a
huge health threat in the fattest of Western nations. Moreover,
it's the coffee drinkers who are most addicted to the brew
that seem to reap the most benefit. Link
The robusta coffee beans used in less expensive brands
contain almost twice as much caffeine as the arabica beans
favored by coffee connoisseurs. Link
Military studies of subjects who hadn't slept for 48
hours showed that 600 mg of caffeine improved alertness
and mood as much as 20 mg of amphetamine. Link
Going without caffeine for a day and a half increases
blood flow in the brain, which may explain why people get
headaches when they first give it up. Link
Caffeine is so acrid that it's used as a standard for
"bitter" in training professional food tasters. Link
The caffeine extracted from coffee beans to make decaf
is sold to drug and soft drink manufacturers. Link
Caffeine is being developed as a pesticide for slugs
and snails. Link
A university student in Wales committed suicide in 2002
when he deliberately swallowed caffeine pills equivalent
to 100 cups of coffee. Link
Black tea, green tea, and oolong are all made from the
same plant; the differences in taste and color come from
their processing. Link
One of the newest products to which the stimulant has
been added: "Coffee tights" are panty hose with caffeine
woven into their threads to supposedly help shrink thighs.
Vietnam is now the second largest producer of coffee
worldwide, but it's largely a nation of tea drinkers.
Cigarette smoking nearly doubles the rate at which the
body metabolizes caffeine. Link
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