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High coffee consumption was linked to a lower risk for elevated liver stiffness, though no such association was seen with steatosis, researchers found in a cross-sectional study. In a dietary analysis involving over 4,500 adults, drinking more than 3 cups of coffee (versus none) was associated with a 0.9 kPa reduction (95% CI -1.6 to
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Breastfeeding can be exhausting, particularly in the early days period when a baby may sleep irregularly and wake up numerous times each night. A morning cup of coffee might help a person manage sleep deprivation, but many people worry about the effects of caffeine on their babies. However, caffeine is safe in moderation for people
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Starbucks is getting into the plant-based protein game for the first time. The chain is introducing Protein Blended Cold Brew in almond and cacao flavors, available now through the fall, while supplies last. The non-dairy 16-ounce drinks are made from pea and brown-rice protein. “Plant-based beverages, plant-based proteins are a choice that many consumers are
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