New Trends to Make Instant Coffee

Despite all the differences among people worldwide, we have some things that are the same everywhere you go. One of these universal things is the love for a good cup of java.  Regardless of our location in the world, most of us are starting our days with our favorite black magic potion – coffee. There are different types and methods of making coffee and everyone has something they prefer. Today we are going to talk about a type of java that causes different reactions in people – instant coffee.  This type that is also known as a coffee powder or coffee crystals is made in a way that people can drink it very quickly. Basically what you need to do is just put the hot or cold water over the coffee mix it and it is done. Now opinions about instant coffee are quite divided. Some people love it because preparation doesn’t take any effort whatsoever. Others, on the other hand, can’t stand the beverage and are saying that it isn’t even real coffee. In whichever of these 2 groups, you find yourself this text might be interesting to read because as you will see we will show you some cool ways how to make instant coffee that will certainly improve the taste and maybe change the way you feel about it. But before we go on we feel that it is necessary to emphasize that it isn’t just about making. The quality of your beverage will depend on the quality of the coffee itself as well, you have to make sure to buy the best instant coffee. How to Make Instant Coffee Better Cinnamon Cinnamon is truly a magic spice. Whether you add it to a meal or sweets it gives a different perspective to food. Well, it is […] Read More

Having Headaches Daily? Watch Your Caffeine Intake

The American Journal of Medicine found a correlation between a daily intake of caffeinated drinks and the onset of migraines and headaches. Too much caffeine triggers/increases migraine headaches. Consuming between 3 -5 servings per day increases the risk of developing migraines. According to a new study in the American Journal of Medicine (AJM), published by Elsevier. The results show consistency with a high daily intake of alcohol, sleep, stress, and physical activities.  What is Migraines? Migraine is a disorder, throbs and pulsates in the head region. This painful disorder is debilitating and affects almost 1.10 billion persons worldwide. Migraines are generally powerful headaches that culminate with vomiting, stress, feelings of ‘nauseousness’, and sensitivity to lights.  A migraine episode can last 6 hours, in some severe cases seventy-two hours. Women tend to suffer more from migraine headaches until they reach their early 50’s. Women are also three times more likely to develop migraines than men do. Migraine can start from a young age of 10 years of age.  The cause of migraines is not known. However, it seems linked to changes in brain patterns or biologically. For a long time, researchers thought migraine episodes occur by changes in blood flowing in the brain until recent research has proven migraine was also passed on to children by their parents.  Migraines are signals which elicited from overactive nerve cells. On activation of the trigeminal nerve, this nerve is responsible for supplying sensation to the face region as well as the head. When the nerve becomes active, it causes chemicals to activate where blood vessels swell in the lining of the brain. When these releases occur, the neurotransmitters send pain response to the head region. Migraine Triggers There are some triggers that persons who suffered from migraines are familiar noted.  Stress- as mentioned earlier, […] Read More