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livestrong.com — “How Drinking Coffee Could Improve Your Health. If you rely on coffee to get through the day, or just to get it started, you might be lacking sleep or something in your diet. Nobody, after all, is ever going to mistake coffee for health food.But like wine, chocolate and popcorn, coffee has joined the ranks of unlikely foods with health benefits. An increasing body of research has found that d...” View full resource at livestrong.com
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dailymail.co.uk — “Mothers who are struggling to get their babies to sleep should consider how much caffeine they are consuming, according to Dr Ruth Lawrence from Rochester University in New York.” View full resource at dailymail.co.uk
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news-medical.net — “Chocolate, coffee and cola are perhaps three of your favourite consumables; however, they are also three caffeine-rich substances which all contribute to your daily caffeine consumption. According to the BBC, people should not exceed 400mg caffeine a day, and this limit halves for pregnant women, for which only 200mg/day is recommended.” View full resource at news-medical.net
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webmd.com — “The top foods for heart health go beyond cholesterol busters to edamame, nuts, salmon, even coffee, in this list from WebMD. Cooking tips and pictures show how to work new foods into your diet.” View full resource at webmd.com
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