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Coffee and Dating

In this world of online dating, people are forced to take a few guesses about the people they are going on a date with. Unfortunately, the profiles and short emails before the first meeting usually cover only the vague interests like whether or not you like to read, you enjoy museums, or you fancy a […]

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History: Coffee in America

Many Americans rely on our friend, coffee, to get us through the day. Coffee’s trading rate in the international market is surpassed only by petroleum. Being the second-most traded commodity results in the coffee industry pulling in roughly 60 billion dollars every year. There is no question about the effects that coffee has had on […]

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Kopi Luwak: World’s Most Expensive (and Cruel) Coffee

Civet Coffee, or Kopi luwak in Indonesian, is made from the Asain Palm Civet’s ingestion and defecation of coffee berry seeds. It is claimed that the civets’ digestive system gives kopi luwak a unique rich aroma and smooth flavor. According to Time.com, “A cup sells for $30 to $100 in New York City and London, […]

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Caffeine as a Diuretic

Caffeine is a diuretic. A diuretic is any substance that promotes the production of urine, affecting the kidneys by speeding up the urine production process. The diuretic property of caffeine causes less water to reach the colon, this means that the colon may not receive enough fluid to process stools properly. If liquid is drawn […]

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The Circadian Rhythm and a Cup of Coffee

A survey was conducted in 2011 that ascertained that one third of Americans were living paycheck to paycheck, and if they lost their job, they would not be able to make their next rent or mortgage payment — making them one paycheck away from homelessness. In these hard economic times, it’s hard to believe that […]

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Caffeine V. Baldness

In today’s self conscious society it’s understandable why the multi-billion dollar hair restoration industry is bloated with ‘miracle’ lotions and sprays backed by little or no scientific evidence. In most cases, baldness is caused when hair follicles are exposed to too much DHT (dihydrotestosterone), a by-product of testosterone. Excessive circulation of DHT in the blood […]

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Fight Cellulite with Caffeine

According to the Mayo Clinic, 80% of women have cellulite — that includes supermodels. The undesirable “cottage cheese” appearance of cellulite often develops in a women’s buttock and thigh areas.  Cellulite is typically caused by heredity, hormonal changes, poor circulation or an accumulation of toxins. Caffeine Can Help Did you know that many of the leading anti-cellulite creams […]

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Energizing Properties of Acai Berry

The acai berries are of the fruits that have been declared as wonder fruits due to their numerous health benefits. The berries are native to the Amazon forest and they have been used for centuries in providing remedies for different ailments. It is not only rich in antioxidants, but it also comes packed with energy […]

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Caffeine in the Military

Caffeine in the Military

Active-duty military soldiers are known to have long, and sometimes strenuous work hours, even while home, stateside. It’s not unusual for soldiers and officers to turn to stimulants to help them get their shifts. We wanted to know if military personnel were consuming more or less caffeine than civilians and whether or not the caffeine […]

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Dogs and Caffeine

Caffeine is toxic to all dogs. Just exactly how much caffeine depends on various factors, like the size of your dog — the dangers of caffeine are greater in puppies for that reason. The smaller the dog, the less caffeine needed to reach poisoning. Caffeine includes methylxanthines, which are compounds that can lead to deleterious […]

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