Coffee and molasses? There’s something about those two, especially when the coffee is served black, they just hit it off!
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HOPE AND THE HORIZON
Hope And The Horizon I quit drinking coffee for three days and felt like my old self. Calm, in control, smiling that my old self was still there. Hope was no longer on the horizon; it was right here in me. I wondered if Starbucks was manipulating their coffee beans. I wonder how many AntifaContinue reading “HOPE AND THE HORIZON”
Caffeine Allergy & Coffee Intolerance: What You Need to Know
FFC ClipBoard: To add to the article on coffee: “…Green Tea May However Contain Mycotoxins Several studies were reviewed for an idea of how much aflatoxin and ochratoxin was commonly in Green tea on the market. Green tea is largely from China and India where heavy metals, pesticides and mycotoxins are more often found on foods.Continue reading “Caffeine Allergy & Coffee Intolerance: What You Need to Know”
Medical marijuana laws reduced alcohol consumption
SAM COMMENT > Look for the liquor, beer and wine industries to be lobbying against the passage of laws making marijuana possession and use legal. They of course are well aware of alcohol sales, yet they represented to lawmakers and to the public that alcohol plus other drug usage would increase if marijuana became legal. MarijuanaContinue reading “Medical marijuana laws reduced alcohol consumption”
Decaffeinated coffee makes me hungry, even when it’s half decaf and half caffeinated. Caffeinated or regular coffee doesn’t. There’s a tipping point that I’ve discovered in myself regarding coffee and hunger. Now that I know what it is, I can manage it to my benefit.
The science behind caffeine and fat-burning
The science behind caffeine Why less is more Do you remember what you felt after your very first cup of coffee? Excitement and a remarkable ability to focus — maybe even euphoria. Compare that with the “slightly less sleepy” feeling that followed your fifth cup this morning. Depressing, isn’t it? So, what happened since that first,Continue reading “The science behind caffeine and fat-burning”
Caffeine – Scientific Review on Usage, Dosage, Side Effects | Examine.com
The average American adult consumes about 300 mg of caffeine per day. That’s equivalent to the caffeine content of nearly three cups of coffee. With so much caffeine being consumed by so many people, it’s worth taking a look at potential downsides. We recently added some side effect data to our caffeine page, and here’s a quick summaryContinue reading “Caffeine – Scientific Review on Usage, Dosage, Side Effects | Examine.com”