Date Seed Coffee - The Healthy Caffeine Free Coffee Alternative — Effects of Caffeine

How Does Caffeine Keep You Awake?

How Does Caffeine Keep Me Up Late at Night? In short, it's all about two words: Brain Chemistry. You see, our “Brain Chemistry” have a bunch of neural chemicals in our brains that are in charge of regulating this balance and keeping us awake or asleep and controlling our level of energy, alertness, fatigue, etc. Caffeine is a fat-soluble chemical that easily passes from your bloodstream into your brain tissue. Our brain activity is controlled by chemicals called neurotransmitters, which either stimulate brain cells or quiet them. Adenosine is an important one of those “quieting neurotransmitter”. Adenosine is an “inhibitory neurotransmitter”...


Energy Boosters

Natural Energy Boosters No offense to Joe, but mainlining caffeine is not the only way to perk up. Everybody get a day or two or three …. during the week where they feel like a zombie all day. If your worries or to-do lists keep you up, or if you don't wake up feeling refreshed, it's hard not to give into the lure of energy drinks the next day. The problem with most energy drinks is the combination of caffeine and sugar are guaranteed to make you crash. With a little training and some habit changes, you can easily boost...


Coffee Alternatives - Review

The Best Coffee Substitute - Review The market for coffee and caffeine substitutes is growing. The reasons for switching your favorite cup of "Joe" to something well .... different - are numerous. Whether it is for health reasons, religious (see Mormons), moderating your coffee and caffeine intake or just trying something "Joe", the alternatives are plenty and some are even delicious :-) And so, we thought why not try to put a list together of the best coffee and caffeine alternatives. The first question we asked ourselves was "what does it take to make a really good coffee substitute?" We came...


Effects Of Caffeine And Coffee On Heartburn, Acid Reflux and Ulcer

Of all the dietary habits that people find difficult to change, coffee drinking is one of the most challenging because it is so entrenched in cultural habits and caffeine addiction. Withdrawal symptoms can involve painful headaches, nausea, vomiting, and loose stools.   The effects of coffee on heartburn, acid re-flux and ulcers is well known for many coffee lovers who suffer from it. It depends of various factors such as the beans and specifically the roasting associated with it. As a rule of thumb the darker coffee roast is likely to cause greater acidity related issues.   Coffee is highly...