Are Caffeine Pills Healthier than Coffee?
So, it’s no surprise that Zagat says nearly half of coffee drinkers have tried to or plan to try to kick the expensive indulgence. The problem with quitting is how to get the energy you need without running back to the coffee shop or slamming 32 fluid ounces just to function. Caffeine pills are an excellent alternative to America’s java addiction and here’s why.
With 30-40 grams of sugar per serving, energy drinks are dumping tons of sweetener into your blood stream which raises the risk of obesity, high blood pressure and inflammation. In addition to the health risks, the sugar crash that comes when your body stabilizes itself will only make you tired all over again. Why would you pay for a drink to make you tired when you need energy? Caffeine pills, like PEPTIME, are only caffeine and vitamin B: energy, vitamins and nothing else.
Coffee’s acidity is also a concern. Your daily cup of joe has enough acidic properties to cause heartburn and it even takes a toll on your gastrointestinal tract. Combining the acidity with the laxative properties of caffeine and you have a recipe for some real upset bowels. Skip the frequent bathroom trips by replacing your coffee with caffeine pills.
Allegedly, the average price for a cup of coffee is $3.25. If you find a cup of coffee for less than $5, please let us know where it is! But, even for $3.25, that daily expense adds up to a serious chunk of change. That turns out to be nearly a $1,200 habit, and that’s if you only have one cup each day… but who really only has one cup a day?
Seriously, save yourself a lot of money (and time waiting in line) by try caffeine pills. Instead of a $7 latte, spend $6.99 on an entire bottle of PEPTIME which has 50 servings! And, depending on your personal caffeine preference, that bottle could last you 100 days. Imagine turning a $1200 coffee expenditure into $26 worth of caffeine pills!