Coffee and/or tea are a part of the daily lives of most of us. The caffeine found in these drinks is often given a bad rap when it comes to health effects. This infographic aims to illustrate some negative effects of caffeine consumption as well as point out some other interesting caffeine facts including some negatives of caffeine withdrawal.
However, for years there has been research that has shown there are health benefits to the consumption of caffeine as well. Some of the benefits are listed here on energyfiend.com. Very recently a study was published that found a link between high blood caffeine levels and avoidance of Alzheimer’s disease. The study is discussed in Science Daily.
Regardless, the infographic is worth a look.
What do you think about the health effects of caffeine? Good or bad? Let us know in the comments section.
Fruit juices are often portrayed by their manufacturers as a healthy alternative to soda / pop. This infographic illustrates that this image is not only false but that they are often even less healthy; less healthy at least in turns of calories and sugar content. Even though it paints a simplistic picture of the situation, it’s interesting to see how much sugar is in these ‘fruit drinks’. And I thought colas had a ton of sugar!
Thanks to http://www.healthscience.net for creating this (hyperlink removed as this site no longer exists).