How Coffee Affects Your Brain: A Very Quick Primer

The morn­ing cup of cof­fee sweeps the cob­webs off of your brain. Almost mag­i­cal­ly. Just like that. If you care to get ana­lyt­i­cal about what’s going on in your caf­feinat­ed brain, we give you a short video from PHD comics — short, of course, for Piled High­er and Deep­er. For more of their videos see:

The Hig­gs Boson, AKA the God Par­ti­cle, Explained with Ani­ma­tion

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  • coffee club says:

    Green cof­fee bean extract by far has become of the biggest news mak­ers in the field of health and well­ness today. It is con­sid­ered by many as the total fat buster because of the var­i­ous health ben­e­fits that it con­tains. It came from raw green cof­fee beans. Sci­en­tists have found out that raw green cof­fee beans con­tain an organ­ic com­pound called Chloro­genic acid which could great­ly affect your body’s metab­o­lism.

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