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Are You Addicted To Caffeine

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Caffeine has firmly cemented its place in many of our lives on a daily or even hourly basis. For many this signals the start of a new day and gives us that much needed energy boost.

But should we be this reliant on caffeine and do the pros outweigh the cons? This week’s Food For Thought sees Maeve Hanan and I uncover whether we should be consuming caffeine or not and what the attributes of it truly are. Plus for more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition.


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