Coffee is so famous for its caffeine content that it’s easy to forget it is not the only source of the world’s favorite pick-me-up. With over 60 caffeinated plant species around the world, caffeine occurs naturally in many sources beyond
Whether it’s cars lined up at the local coffee shop or the coffee maker dispensing morning joe in the kitchen, it seems like everyone wants a jolt. But what if you’re sensitive to the stimulating effects of caffeine? Can you
Most of us know where to get our daily caffeine, but how about when? Fast Company talks about timing your caffeine intake, and how it can benefit your productivity.
Ever hear of Yerba mate tea? Well, it isn’t technically “tea” but as Well+Good explains, it’s a “hot” drink with “the energizing hit of coffee, and the joy-inducing benefits of chocolate.”
An article from Lifehacker offers a handy rundown of the caffeine amounts in many popular products.