Thursday, February 25, 2010

What is Caffeine and Where Does it Come From?

Caffeine is a naturally occurring plant product that affects the nervous system. Over 60 different types of plants contain caffeine such as tea leaves, cocoa beans, cassina, and kola nuts.
Caffeine is found naturally in coffee and tea but is also added to soft drinks, over the counter medications like cold remedies, and energy drinks.
There is no physiological need for caffeine but it is widely consumed all over the globe.

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