“Coffee Will Make You Black” is one of the best book titles I’ve read. This book by April Sinclair is as good as the title. But coffee won’t make you black, but caffeine is addictive. There are worse addictions of course, however if you get addicted to caffeine and then suddenly stop drinking caffeinated beverages, you will feel terrible. I don’t recommend that young people drink caffeinated beverages for this reason and because these drinks may affect the developing neurologic and cardiovascular (nerves and heart/blood pressure) systems of young people. Why do this to your body? Also, some people think they need to drink caffeinated beverages when they are tired. I have a better idea—take a nap.
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