Coffee has so much more caffeine than tea that the body can absorb a lot of it quickly. Tea, on the other hand, makes the body work hard to absorb its caffeine.
In 2018 an international team of researchers reported that people who are more sensitive to the bitter taste of caffeine actually tend to drink more coffee.
I've heard a lot about how antioxidants can help prevent disease. Does that mean that I should eat as much antioxidant rich foods as possible?
88% of the coffee-growing zones in Central America may be gone by 2050.
You might fall under three different categories of caffeine sensitivity.
Coffee grounds might already be making your garden incredible, soon they might be cleaning your ground water.
Used coffee grounds can be recycled to make air filters that remove methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, from the atmosphere.
Here's another perk to cofee-drinking: It decreases the risk of Type 2 diabetes!
If you're trying to up your antioxidant intake, savor a hot cup of cocoa, which contains two to three times the amount as green tea.
Before you grab your next cup of coffee, check out these latest scientific studies.