Caffeine-most Americans swear by it. In fact, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reports that 80 percent of Americans consume caffeine every day. And 90 percent of folks around the world use caffeine as well.
We all know about the negative health effects of caffeine-like jitters. But what about the positive health effects that this legal drug offers?
In truth, caffeine can be beneficial in several ways. Not only can it assist when it comes to workout recovery, but it also may prevent cataracts.
Check out these eight ways caffeine does you right.
- It’s a non-morning person’s best friend.
Hello, morning. Ugh!
So just what is a non-morning person supposed to do to wake up and face the day? You guessed it -- consume a little caffeine.
This is why caffeine has long been considered one of the best ways to wake up fast. That’s because caffeine peaks in the blood within an hour. And best of all, these effects can last for four to six hours.