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:

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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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