Archive for January, 2016


Koreans drink 1.7 cups of coffee a day

  Koreans drink an average of 1.7 cups of coffee per day, consuming the beverage more frequently than rice, a government survey showed Monday. An average 11.99 cups of coffee per week is consumed, according to the survey of 3,417 people aged between 19 and 64. The Ministry of Health and Welfare and the Korea […]

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This Is How Caffeine Wakes You Up

Every morning, most of us reach for our cup of coffee, tea, or some other form of caffeine for an energy boost. It’s habitually consumed by up to 90 percent of people in the U.S., making it the country’s most popular drug. But little is known about how it wakes us up. In BrainStuff – […]

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Coffee Bean Flour Has All The Health Benefits Of Your Morning Cup O’ Joe

The health benefits of coffee have been the focus of a number of recent studies, including research out of Harvard that found people who drank three to five cups a day were 15 percent less likely to die prematurely compared to non-coffee drinkers. Although no one’s telling you to abandon your daily cup o’ joe, […]

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Coffee can help you keep your fitness resolutions

Lola Gayle, STEAM Register Was one of your New Year resolutions to exercise more and get fit? If so, new research says that a simple cup of coffee can help you stick to your fitness plans. Many people tend to give up their resolution to exercise more within the first 6 months. Responding to that, […]

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What You Should Know About Specialty Coffee and Tea

Coffee and tea has long been a traded commodity in the orient.  It has been considered as a drink only for royalties and kings.  These two commodities are processed in almost the same manner for it to become a soothing and relaxing drink. Knowing Good Quality Specialty Coffee and Tea

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