Do not rush to the machine: The coffee drinkers among us who want to wake themselves up in the morning, or get a boost of alertness towards the end of the day, approach the espresso machine and trust it to do the job. But does espresso really have so much caffeine, the same stimulant we need to keep the day going, more than just a regular cup of coffee?
Luckily for us, some of the doctors in the world have a tick, and they choose to shatter some myths when it comes to our caffeine consumption habits. User @brianboxerwachlermd, a physician by profession from Beverly Hills, California, decided to share with his followers some simple facts about the concentration of white drug in different types of coffee.
He took two glasses, one of which contained an espresso with a volume of about 30 ml, and next to it a cup of coffee (probably a poltergeist, as befits an American) with a volume of about 240 ml. First, he argued that espresso actually has a higher ratio of caffeine per volume, with one whip having 63 mg of caffeine. And here comes the catch – then the doctor claimed that in “regular” coffee there is about 15 mg of caffeine per ml Emma – The regular cup of coffee has 8 times more volume, and in a simple calculation 120 mg of caffeine.
The conclusion is simple – although espresso itself has more caffeine in its small volume, but in a regular cup of coffee about 240 ml, there is twice as much caffeine. So the next time you are tired in the office, place a capsule for the whole team, just boil water and enjoy regular black coffee , like at home.
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