Caffeine Buzz Greater in Small Doses

March 2007
hfm (Healthcare Financial Management);Mar2007, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p24
Trade Publication
The article reports on the study conducted by the researchers from Rush University Medical Center on the effects of drinking caffeine in the U.S. The researchers administered a low dose of caffeine hourly to a group of men. They have found that the level of caffeine in their bloodstreams remained consistent throughout the testing period. It has revealed that drinking caffeine at regular intervals has a greater effect than drinking the same amount of caffeine at one sitting.


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