A lot of people, myself included, need that jump start in the morning. I'm not talking about hooking cable up to my battery...my car runs fine...for now. I'm talking about that elixir of the gods...coffee. But of course, like everything, too much of a good thing is not always good for you. Of course, right?
Hey, remember when you were a kid and you would ask your mom or dad for a sip of their coffee and you always would get the reply “It will stunt your growth”? Usually all it took to get us off the coffee kick as kids was that first sip of hot black tar with no sugar or cream.
I was at breakfast with my girlfriend over the weekend and we got into a friendly argument over whether decaf coffee still had any caffeine in it or not. I figured why call it decaf if it wasn't really decaffeinated because anytime something is 'de-whatever' (like a de-clawed cat) it's removed right?
I’m trying to quit coffee (and caffeine in general) but specifically coffee. I’m dreading the caffeine withdrawal. Is there an easy way to give it up? — Chris, 34
Caffeine is so common it’s easy to forget it’s a drug. But, of course, it is.