Are you waking up to that beeping alarm and struggling to find the energy to wake up and start your day?
How about a nice cup of that steaming coffee that's brewing at your local coffee shop?
Sure, spending that $4.25 on your hot coffee with 'extra whip' sounds yummy and it'll jump start your day, but how will you feel after you take that last sip?
Let's take a look at the ingredients in your tall cup of heaven:
Now, in those few ingredients, let's look deeper and find the amount of caffeine, sugar, and sodium mixed into your morning drink.
On average, 35 grams of sugar, 150 milligrams of sodium, and a whopping 175 milligrams of caffeine are being poured into your body when it's just starting its long day.
When your body is forced to function with high levels of sugar and caffeine, it can only go on for so long until it crashes and you're left with a longing for more caffeine or a pretty long nap.
People consume coffee and other sugary drinks to awaken their bodies, but most aren't aware that they're actually setting their bodies up for a path to exhaustion. There's no harm in treating yourself to a well-deserved mocha frap, but think twice before reaching for the large coffee that could potentially put a damper on the latter half of your day.
Researchers have found that drinking two glasses of water instead of coffee when you first wake up is extra beneficial in helping all of your vital organs, including your brain, to wake up and get going. And that's how you avoid caffeine from coffee.
If you're really feeling tired or just need that kick start of motivation to move out of bed, take some REVV and let the natural ingredients take their course.
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