The Truth about Caffeine exposes caffeine's darker side that scientists know but that the beverage, confectionery and pharmaceutical industries have tried to suppress. Caffeine is a highly addictive drug, does not offer any nutritional value and has not been proven safe. Epidemiological, clinical and laboratory studies link caffeine to heart disease, pancreas cancer, bladder cancer, hypoglycemia and central nervous system disorders. New and updated third edition.
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Awesome Book: Recommend
I have a bad reaction to caffeine myself. I've gotten headaches, stay awake for hours, and it is very addicting. This is a book can back up the facts what it does to the body. I highly recommend it to those that want a high peak performance brain and body.
We can't perform at our best if our body and brain aren't functioning 100%. Everyone needs to read this and become aware of the side effects of caffeine.
I believe in the Holistic Approach and Keeping the body pure and clean. I haven't come across to many books that get into as many details.
No I haven't listened to Timothy Mckean before.
It was just a great reminder to myself why I don't need to drink caffeine.
It's a great book to bring awareness to others and explain why we can't perform at our best under the influence of caffeine.
- Rhapsody Rose Literary Cafe
Gosh, where do I start. I am half way through listening to The Truth About Coffee, and to pause to share my thoughts. Its scary to think of the internal damage drinking coffee does to our body. The author cites research and statistical evidence and anti-dotes to share her concerns about the effect caffeine has on us, and it isnt a pretty picture. I am only half way through so am curious to find out more and hopefully see what alternatives the author offers. But if you are an ardent coffee drinker, this book may well change your daily coffee habit!
This is a non-fiction book/audio, therefore no favourite character.
- Ntathu Allen