I think caffeine is the most misunderstood ingredient in coffee.
What we don’t know is how much caffeine is actually in our coffee.
A new study by researchers at the University of Southern California and University of Florida shows that we drink more than we think we do.
The study found that coffee drinkers drink up to 20% more caffeine than the average person.
This means they are consuming more than 50mg of caffeine a cup.
It’s also the case that we are drinking more than the caffeine we think, says University of South Florida professor of human development and social work Michelle Giesbrecht.
She and her colleagues wanted to find out what our coffee drinking habits were like.
“The goal of the study was to explore what is the caffeine consumption and how that affects health,” she says.
This study, conducted in the United States, also found that people who drank coffee were less likely to be overweight or obese.
But why is caffeine so important?
The body can process caffeine in a variety of ways, but it can be absorbed through the skin and the bloodstream.
The body’s ability to metabolize caffeine depends on several factors, including the type of coffee and how much coffee is consumed.
Drinking more than coffee is linked to obesity, diabetes and heart disease, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Drinking less than coffee could also be linked to lower weight, diabetes, heart disease and depression.
In other words, caffeine consumption has an impact on our health.
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