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Coffee drinking , past and present

  title={Coffee drinking , past and present},
  author={Juliet C. Gray},
  • Juliet C. Gray
  • Published 1998
  • Examines the history of coffee drinking. Describes the constituents of coffee and its physiological effects on the drinker. Reviews the research done in the past on caffeine’s effects on health. Recommends a safe level of consumption at between 300-400mg of caffeine per day which translates to four or five cups of average strength 

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