Caffeine Blues: Wake Up to the Hidden Dangers of America's #1 Drug PDF Book by Stephen Cherniske PDF ePub

Caffeine Blues: Wake Up to the Hidden Dangers of America's #1 Drug

by Stephen Cherniske
3.95 • 260 votes • 37 reviews
Published 01 Dec 1998
Caffeine Blues: Wake Up to the Hidden Dangers of America's #1 Drug.pdf
Format Paperback
Pages464
Edition6
Publisher Grand Central Publishing
ISBN 0446673919
ISBN139780446673914
Languageen-US



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Pulls together all the latest research & details the full scope of caffeine's detrimental effect on our physical, mental & emotional well being.

Caffeine Blues: Wake Up to the Hidden Dangers of America's #1 Drug Reviews

Michal
- San Jos, 08, Costa Rica
1
Sun, 05 Jul 2015

Terrible nonsense. http://www.mlmwatch.org/06FTC/Oasis/o... Pyramid scammer and a quack. He has a nonaccredited degree and has been subject to regulatory enforcement.
Half of what he says isn't even real evidence. Lots of faulty science and pulling together studies to show that every malady known to man is due to caffeine when the connections are tenuous at best.
I don't doubt caffeine, especially in excess, can have downsides but don't listen to this guy. He's full of it.

Libbeth
- Morecambe, Lancs, The United Kingdom
5
Sun, 19 Oct 2008

I didn’t think I consumed much caffeine until this book opened my eyes to the fact that there is quite a lot of caffeine in tea, not just coffee and other known sources. My many teas a day habit was contributing to my mood swings. I quit tea and coffee cold turkey (in 2006) and boy did I have a headache for a few days. It is recommended that you reduce your intake gradually but I am a bit of an all or nothing girl so just got it over with. It was worth it, I discovered that it’s possible to go to bed and just fall asleep – I thought it was normal to toss and turn for a few hours first. I discovered that ones mood can hold steady through the day and doesn’t need to plummet down and then be “fixed” up by the next drink of tea or coffee.
I drank various herbal teas for a while when I quit but now I pretty much just drink rooibus (redbush) a naturally caffeine free tea that, to me, tastes sweet without milk or sugar.

Staci
4
Sun, 20 Jul 2008

Lots of science... I learned a lot and will be moving forward without caffeine!

Loree
- Groton, CT
3
Mon, 20 Oct 2008

This book is shelved under the section of "food for thought" in my own library.
I used to drink a pot or two of coffee daily. I stopped drinking coffee for a while after reading this one. In that experiment I was able to realize how strong an influence it has on me. I am mindful about how and when I drink coffee. I warn you, you may feel like kicking the caffeine habit for awhile after reading this one.

Trudy
- Fort Riley, KS
5
Tue, 04 Oct 2011

I read this book and it was amazing to me how much I didn't know about what caffeine does to our bodies. After reading this, I was totally off caffeine for 6 months. But it is a slippery slope and I have slipped to the bottom. Maybe I should reread this, or review my notes from reading it to regain my motivation!

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