About 54% of Americans over age 18 drink coffee every day. But what many people fail to realize is that there are countless benefits that come with drinking a cup o' joe, especially at work. Here's part one of our full guide that will explore some of the main advantages to providing and drinking coffee and tea at work.
February 26, 2018
According to the FDA, the caffeine in coffee is absorbed and circulated within 30 minutes to an hour; its effect can last up to six hours. Coffee enhances the energy levels of your brain, improving concentration and memory retention, leading to better cognitive performance. However, while tea is one of the most popular drinks around the world, it's still considered coffee's overshadowed cousin in the United States. But there's nothing like a hot cup of tea to wake you up and help keep you going throughout the day. Here are just a few compelling reasons to schedule a quick daily teatime as part of your morning routine.
August 07, 2018
About 54% of Americans over age 18 drink coffee every day, making coffee one of the most popular morning beverage options. But why not switch it up every once in a while by drinking both coffee and tea? Both have a number of health benefits when consumed in moderation and can help you stay productive at work. If you're struggling to decide between coffee and tea, we've got you covered. Here's what you need to know about the health benefits of coffee compared to tea.
September 05, 2018