Learn how to make Cold Brew Coffee at home! No more expensive and overpriced iced lattes – make your own with cold brew! If you love Starbucks as much as I do but are trying to save money by cutting back on your daily iced latte habit, then you’re going to want to learn how to make cold brew coffee at home!
It’s just as good, is so easy to do and is 4 times cheaper than buying it at the coffee shop!
Read more here: https://www.isabeleats.com/how-to-make-cold-brew-coffee/
Can caffeine before a nap boost energy levels? Drinking coffee before a nap may seem counterintuitive. However, many people endorse this habit as a way to boost energy levels. This article provides a detailed look at the science behind coffee naps and whether they offer benefits.
Check it out here: http://amebofamily.com/coffee-nap-can-caffeine-before-a-nap-boost-energy-levels/
Five things you need to know!! Don’t worry, this article will definitely not tell you to ditch coffee! Now that we got that out of the way, we can learn more about coffee, caffeine and their effect on the human body. Is it bad for our health or does it have any benefits besides its amazing taste and seductive aroma?
Find out here: https://thebetterlyf.com/coffee-and-health-5-things-you-need-to-know/
Salted Caramel is one of my favorite fall flavors and this Salted Caramel Latte recipe from Frugal Mom is perfectly sweet with just the right touch of savory.
See the full recipe here: http://www.frugalmomeh.com/2016/08/salted-caramel-latte.html
Does caffeine increase your risk of hypertension? High blood pressure can be caused by lifestyle habits such as your diet and the type of food and drink you put in your body. We all know we shouldn’t overdo it with caffeine, but can coffee increase your risk of developing hypertension?
According to the NHS, overdoing it on coffee and other caffeinated drinks can increase your blood pressure, especially if you drink more than four cups a day.
Read more here: https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/1014769/high-blood-pressure-control-prevent-coffee-increase-risk
How does caffeine affect a keto diet? A new study published in the Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology (2016) looked to see if caffeine enhanced ketosis or worked against it.
In the study, entitled Caffeine intake increases plasma ketones: an acute metabolic study in humans, Canadian researchers evaluated the effects of caffeine consumption in a group of 10 volunteers
They fasted for 12 hours and then ate a breakfast that consisted of 85g carbs, 9.5g fats, 14g protein
These individuals were then given either no caffeine, the equivalent of about a cup and a half of coffee, or a caffeine equivalent of 3 cups of coffee.
Read the results here: http://letslivehealthier.com/physically/diet-nutrition/how-does-caffeine-affect-a-keto-diet/
We know coffee brings a smile to your face, but what exactly happens within your body when you drink a cup of coffee?
If you are a lover of caffeine, you must read this article. Go Fit Stay Fit is going to explain what happens to your body after drinking a cup of your favorite beverage.
Read article here: http://howtoinstructions.net/6355/drink-a-cup-of-coffee
Though caffeine is technically a “drug,” its effects are relatively benign. Caffeine will begin to affect the body at a concentration of 15 milligrams per liter (mg/L) in the blood. Most of the time the effects do not cause lasting harm.
However, while a fatal or even life-threatening overdose of caffeine is quite rare, consuming very large amounts of caffeine can be harmful. A concentration of 80 to 100 mg/L of caffeine in the body can even be fatal.
Read more here: https://www.answeraddiction.com/is-it-possible-to-overdose-on-caffeine/
Looking for a caffeine alternative to give you a natural energy boost? If you want to forgo caffeine or just cut down on your coffee consumption, try one of these caffeine alternatives for natural, healthy energy!
Read more here: https://www.mindbodygreen.com/articles/caffeine-alternatives-for-healthy-natural-energy
Ever wondered how to make cold brew coffee? It’s much easier than you think! Cold Brew Coffee is a fantastic base for frappuccinos, iced coffee recipes, or great to heat up as a traditional brew. Smooth, not bitter, and a must-know for every coffee lover!
Another advantage to making your own Cold Brew is that it’s gonna save you big bucks versus buying it at the coffee shop. I’ve noticed that grocery stores are now carrying bottled cold-brew, but even this gets to be a bit pricey. With this super-simple 3-step cold brew method from Delightful E Made, you’ll have an amazing coffee concentrate right at home in your fridge, and it will be pennies on the dollar what you would normally spend buying it already prepared.
Check it out here: http://delightfulemade.com/2016/08/09/cold-brew-coffee-3-easy-steps/
One of our favorite treats to get on any hot or cold day is a Mcdonald’s sugar free iced coffee! We like the regular (not sugar free), too, but his recipe even better than the Mcdonald’s version.
Your Modern Dad has created a recipe that you can make it from your home for a fraction of the cost. I think you’re going to make this one every morning…
See recipe here: https://yourmoderndad.com/mcdonalds-iced-coffee/
Are you drinking too much caffeine each day? Whether you drink it for a quick hit of energy or a blast of mental focus - there is no denying a daily hit of caffeine has benefits.
But the problem is these effects are short-lived which means your regular one a day indulgence, can turn into two then three or more. If that's the case you may start to experience some of the common side effects associated consuming too much including an irregular heart rate, insomnia or dizziness.
From how caffeine can affect your body to signs you may be consuming too much, read more here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5985223/Signs-having-caffeine.html
If you need to wake up, caffeine can help. But for the optimal jolt, how much and when? A revolutionary algorithm that tells you how much caffeine you need to consume to stave off tiredness has been developed by the US military.
Read more here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5980877/US-military-develops-algorithm-tells-caffeine-need-stave-tiredness.html