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Caffeinated & Motivated: All About Coffee, Espresso & Their Caffeine Content

Written by Lisette Gavina Lopez.

Love your coffee, but not sure about the caffeine?  Let’s take a closer look at coffee and caffeine and what you can do to have the best of both worlds.

What is caffeine?

Caffeine is the coffee plant’s natural defense against insects and pests native to tropical coffee growing regions. Caffeine can be found on the coffee plant’s leaves, cherries and seeds, which once roasted become coffee beans as we know them. Caffeine is extracted from the seeds or green coffee beans via various decaffeination processes, and is later added to soft drinks, cosmetics and over-the-counter medications for its stimulant properties.

Do's and Don'ts of Refrigerator Storage

Written by Danielle Travali.

A refrigerator stuffed with fresh food is a major blessing in life. But a fridge filled with random tubs of mysterious grub from who-knows-when can be a total hassle when you’re searching for something delicious, nutritious and fresh to eat. Here’s our list of basic DOs and DON’Ts of storing food in your refrigerator.

Here are the DOs:

  • DO line each shelf in your fridge with rubber gripping foam. This will help keep the shelves neat. If you need to throw the shelf lining away, you can easily place more down on the shelves. It’s very inexpensive to do so.