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Coffee provides a performance boost for concrete

The disposal of organic waste poses a major environmental challenge because it produces methane gas, which has a global warming potential of 21 times that of CO2. Other greenhouse gases (GHGs) emitted during decomposition include carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and ammonia. Spent coffee grounds (SCG) are one of the organic wastes that make up a
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Regular Coffee Drinking Associated with Lower Blood Pressure

According to new research from the University of Bologna and the Sant’Orsola-Malpighi University Hospital, self-reported regular coffee drinkers have significantly lower peripheral and aortic blood pressure than non-coffee drinkers; however, self-reported coffee consumption seems to not be significantly associated with arterial stiffness parameters. People who drank 2 cups of coffee per day and people who
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Drinking Coffee: Study Finds Both Beneficial and Harmful Short-Term Health Effects thumbnail

Drinking Coffee: Study Finds Both Beneficial and Harmful Short-Term Health Effects

A randomized trial to study caffeinated coffee consumption among 100 volunteers for two weeks found both potentially beneficial and harmful short-term health consequences of drinking coffee. When participants were randomly assigned to drink coffee, they were more physically active, yet they also had an increased number of abnormal heartbeats and slept less compared to when…
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How to enjoy a more sustainable cup of coffee

Making coffee is an essential part of many people’s morning routine—Americans gulp down around 400 million cups of it every day. But one method of creating that perfect cup of joe has come under fire. Recently, Canada’s Competition Bureau fined Keurig Canada millions of dollars for damages thanks to false claims that their plastic K-cups…
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Best News of 2021: Coffee Is Incredibly Good for You thumbnail

Best News of 2021: Coffee Is Incredibly Good for You

Maybe your New Year's resolution should be an easy one: drink more coffee.Getty Images The year 2021 will be remembered as the year where scientists proved beyond all doubt that drinking coffee regularly has undeniable health benefits. That's important, because it isn't as if there weren't previous indications that this might be the case. For…
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The Best Commercial Coffee Maker for Your Small Business

If you buy something through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more.In today’s world where coffee has become a part of our culture, finding the right commercial coffee maker for your restaurant or café is super important. It could be the difference between attracting more customers or losing your loyal…
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16 Best Custom Coffee Mugs for 2022

This article contains affiliate links to products. We may receive a commission for purchases made through these links.In a world where Starbucks is everywhere, it's refreshing to know that there are still coffee shops that do things the old-fashioned way. These days, you can find people around the world ordering their coffee from a barista…
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Why coffee and oat prices are rising faster than oil’s

Food prices globally have seen large hikes this year, making oats and coffee futures the fastest-growing commodities this year.The relative year-to-date performance for oat futures increased 87%, and for coffee, 81%, as of Dec. 22, according to Finviz, a site that displays financial data. They outpaced oil and natural gas, the markets for which are…
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