Imaging if there was no more coffee in this world, how would you feel? Nowadays, coffee becomes an important part of people’s life. People who often work overtime, they drink coffee because caffeine can make you awake; people who have to wake up early in the morning, they drink coffee because instead of making breakfast, coffee is more convenient; people drink coffee during the free time, because it also tastes good.
“Coffee: The Elixir of Life” Topic: Coffee Consumption in College Students Organization: Topically Specific Purpose: I would like my audience to understand the implications of consuming coffee in college.
Abstract The health effects of coffee consumption have been controversial for many years. My claim is that moderate coffee consumption is beneficial for health. Moderate amount of coffee can possibly prevent people from some disease risks, provide high content of antioxidant for people and improve physical
Name: Shanice Forbes and Sharifa Small Fair Trade: Starbucks Corporation Methods Survey Questions The survey questions mostly consisted of multiple choice questions, two open-ended questions, allowing written responses, and one qualitative response question. These questions were chosen to establish consumers differences and comparative perspective of Starbuck’s competitors, their daily usage of the social media platforms, the coffee shops visited frequently, and their opinions on consumers who frequent Starbucks. The survey contains one matrix/rating scale question ( Appendix I, Question 5) based on how important qualities are when choosing a coffee shop. Lastly, there were two demographic questions. The demographic questions are for a general understanding on consumers behavior based on age group and gender. For an overview of the survey, see appendix I.
Fortunately, the current examination has shown coffee to continue a of good health choice, as lengthy as one is not topping more than 3 topping-bout a day. This guideline is based on the deed that the cardinal element found in coffee is a intermix called caffeine. Caffeine is a of nature intermix made from more than 50 vegetable sources. While caffeine in undue amount has been linked to some increased freedom from disease
In this book, Tastes of Paradise, Wolfgang Schivelbusch, takes us through the history of the most familiar substances used in the central ages such as tobacco, tea, alcohol, opium, coffee and chocolate. Schivelbusch talks about how those substances have been first introduce to the Western nations and the way they
Figure 1. Correlation of Age and Average Caffeinated Beverage Daily Intake (1 serving=1cup) Qualitative Analysis A qualitative question was inquired from the participants asking them to discuss why they like consuming caffeinated beverages as well as to list the types of caffeinated drinks they consume. A very prominent answer was that the reason that they consume caffeinated beverages was that it provided them energy. All but one participant included this in their answer. Many of the participants have also explained that the beverages helped them focus in class. A similar answer among the respondents were “It gives me energy” and “It helps me focus in class” as well as “It helps me stay focused”. One participant, a college graduate, similarly answered “It helps me stay awake during my long commute”. In addition, another predominant reason why the respondents in this sample liked caffeinated beverages was because of the taste. Every participant answered that they either liked the smell and or the taste of coffee. One participant answered “Coffee is always a good idea” while another participant answered “Drinking Monster taste good and makes me feel very good!” Furthermore, when listing the types of drinks the participants consumed, coffee and tea were majority of the replies. Many of them listed the types of coffee they enjoyed such as dark/light roast, Americano, expresso, and a cold brew type of coffee. High school level students and college level students listed either
Like the nicotine in the cigarettes, coffee can act as a stimulant and cause an increase of the symptoms that Mr. S. experiences. Due to this fact, it is important that Mr. S. reduces the amount of coffee that he drinks throughout the day. Because caffeine is an addictive substance, it will be necessary to gradually weign off of the stimulant. Going cold turkey could produce some negative withdrawal symptoms which are another reason for my recommendation for the patient to be gradually weigned off of the substance. To assist Mr. S. in reducing his coffee consumption, I will create a plan that will periodically reduce the amount of caffeinated coffee that is consumed. The reduction plan will include Mr. S. alternating between caffeinated
Lana Hall Topic: The effects caffeine has on one's health, both positive and negative. General Purpose: To inform. Specific Purpose: I want my audience to understand the positive and negative effects that caffeine has on a person.
Why did they do the study? Specifically, what were they trying to find out? Coffee is a very common, very popular drink. It is found everywhere on the earth. Because it is so common there are talks about what it does for us as humans. Is it good for us? Is it bad for us? Or does it just wake us up when we are tired? These are some of the questions that people have been asking about coffee. This study looks to answer those questions by seeing what happens to people who drink coffee (and noting how much they drink) and what happens to those who don’t drink coffee. So to get the information they started working with a group of places that see people when they are sick, because they are able to see what happens to people and ask them if they drink
Do you start your day with a fresh, steaming cup of coffee? Do you drink coffee to satisfy your addictive craze? Do you need caffeine to keep you awake? Well, roughly 80% of Americans do. In an average day 90% of Americans consume some type of caffeine. With so many people ingesting caffeine, do they know what it is? Are you conscious of your intake? Do you know how much you have per day? Did you know you could die from caffeine poisoning or overdose? You can! Do you need to consume caffeine daily to function properly? If so then you are most likely addicted. Caffeine has increasingly become an important part of our daily lives. The majority of the population tends to stop by Starbucks or any close-by coffee shops every morning in order to begin their workdays normally. There are many benefits and of course, disadvantages of caffeine to the human’s bodily functions that might not be as well known as most people think they do.
“The world consumes close to 2.25 billion cups of coffee every day.” Coffee is a dark, caffeine laden beverage
Using caffeine is like spending money: you feel rich while you're spending it; afterwards, you feel poor. Over many years, studies in caffeine has been increased due to millions consuming caffeine every day through coffee, candy, and energy drinks. Much of the modern population uses caffeine as a stimulant, exciting
Although coffee is viewed as a food item, it can be used to understand the rhetoric’s of health, addiction and as a drink.
consumer preferences. The second major flaw in the coffee taste studies is the existence of external variables. It is evident that the first and third studies had underlying variables that may have significantly affected their outcomes. The first study notes that “the author of this study personally purchased coffee to go at four places, took them to his office, tasted them, made notes and drew conclusions” (pg. 63). This indicates a major flaw of this particular study because the time frames for which each cup of coffee was obtained and then consumed are inconsistent.