What Is A Caffeine Crash? Plus, 3 Tips To Prevent It From Happening

Thimatic Collaborator
One of Dr Pedre's clients mentioned he had been feeling extreme fatigue along with irritability, especially in the afternoon. "Around 3 p.m., I get drowsy, and focusing on work feels impossible," he told me during a virtual consultation. The opposite problem occurred at night as he struggled to fall and stay asleep. 
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Light, Medium and Dark Roast Coffee. What is the difference? Isn’t all coffee the same?

Bernie Melanson

  Light, Medium and Dark Roast Coffee. What is the difference? Isn’t all coffee the same? Light, Medium and Dark roasted coffee is quite different in the color of the roasted bean and more importantly, their respective flavor profile. In this article, I will dig a little deeper to remove the smoke and mirror of roasting. In the early days of coffee, consumers bought a cup of coffee at the diner (remember the coffee pot burning coffee on the heating element) or service stations. The beans we bought at the grocer or supermarket came in a tin can to “seal...

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Coffee is Getting Cheaper and That’s Bad News

Clean Canvas Collaborator

Anyone who enjoys good coffee — the kind that comes in a bag, not in a can — knows a pound of quality beans will set them back by more than $10. But ask how much of that money goes to the farmer who grew those beans, and they might be surprised, even troubled, by the answer: Less than 70 cents.

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Where Do Coffee Beans Come From?

Clean Canvas Collaborator
Saying “coffee comes from coffee beans” is like saying a car comes from a car dealership. It’s kind of a lame, uninformative answer.

So, for this post I decided to answer the question, what is a coffee bean in the first place… and where do coffee beans come from?

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