Some mornings, I enjoy a cup of coffee and I’m not here to tell you that you should deny yourself that pleasure if it’s something you treasure. But if the backseat of your car is littered with Pepsi cans or your desk is covered in a collage of coffee stain rings, you should probably understand how caffeine impacts your health. Your adrenals, kidneys, skin, breath, cholesterol, blood, and blood pressure will thank you. Learn about how caffeine impacts your health, get my tips for reducing caffeine consumption and find out how to make make better caffeinated choices here.
Modified on: Mon, 14 Jul, 2014 at 2:44 PM
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