If you’re wondering how caffeine affects your body, these posts are for you. I’ve reviewed how caffeine affects different body parts, as well as some science-based secrets to getting the most OOMPH from your caffeine.
Blog Category: Caffeine Effects
Bang Keto Coffee vs Placebo for Exercise Performance
Key takeaways from a study on Bang Keto Coffee vs placebo for exercise performance PLUS placebo dos-and-donts
What Caffeine and Energy Drinks Do To Your Liver – It’s Not All Bad News
Scientific review of what caffeine and energy drinks do to your liver. Caffeine at Midnight Podcast Companion with references and visuals.
5 Secrets to Reducing Caffeine Side-Effects
In this episode, GreenEyedGuide addresses energy drink misconceptions and shares 5 secrets to reducing caffeine side-effects.
Caffeine Effects on the Brain – Part 2
This is a series on How Caffeine Affects the Brain. In this part, we compare coffee versus energy drinks to determine what makes the best study aid and why.
Caffeine Effects on the Brain – Part 1
This is a series on How Caffeine Affects the Brain. In Part 1 we’ll discuss how caffeine makes you feel awake and alert, we’ll review the biochemistry, and we’ll summarize the ways caffeine does and does not help you focus.
Why Does Coffee Make You Pee
Why does coffee make you feel like you have to pee? Does caffeine make you dehydrated? What if it’s caffeine from tea? From an energy drink? This is the second in a three-part series on caffeine and hydration.
Why Caffeine Sensitivity is like Quidditch
It dawned on me how well someone handles their caffeine is like how well someone plays Quidditch. Consider these examples…
EHT and Caffeine – Brain Protection Duo
Drinking coffee reduces the risk of Parkinson’s Disease, but scientists didn’t know exactly how or why. UNTIL NOW! A study by Rutgers University scientists discovered that caffeine and something in the waxy coating of coffee beans (let’s just call it “EHT” for short) work as a dynamic duo to protect the brain.
Can supplements really help you focus? Science Behind FocusAid
To say it was difficult getting good grades in high school while balancing competitive sports, family obligations etc. feels as silly as admitting I cried over a difficult physics exam. Now I laugh at my previous concept of “difficult” with the context of college, grad school, and adulthood. But balancing everything in high school was…
Caffeinated Water 101
What is caffeinated water? Is caffeinated water safe? Healthy? Better than energy drinks? What does the FDA think about this?
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