If you’ve ever wondered what the benefits (and risks) are with coffee and tea, this infographic is a pretty interesting revelation. They list off health studies about each, fun health facts, and even the caffeine levels in different types of each beverage (shown above). If you’re a big fan of warm beverages, it’s definitely worth checking out. Hit the link to see the full infographic.
Coffee Vs Tea Infographic Lays Out Health Benefits (And Risks)
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