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The U.S. “National Beverage” Could Be Linked To The “#1 National Killer”.


According to medical researchers heart disease is the most common cause of death in the U.S. Caffeine, which has been linked by numerous studies to an increased chance of heart disease, is considered the default “national beverage” because over 90% of all U.S. citizens drink it in at least one form on a daily basis.

When you stop to look at the above statements objectively, a very obvious conclusion can be drawn. On one hand heart disease is our primary cause of death, and on the other hand a beverage that contributes to heart disease is consumed by almost the entire nation every day!

Many researchers believe the ongoing nature of this problem lies in the fact that caffeine is a highly addictive substance. In fact the American Psychiatric Association included caffeine withdrawal in The Diagnostic And Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders, noting that users begin suffering real withdrawal symptoms within as little as 12 hours after their last drink.

Continued, excessive use of caffeine may contribute to high blood pressure and elevated risk of stroke and/or heart attack. And quitting will almost certainly result in irritability, insomnia, depression, headaches, and other unpleasant symptoms.

It’s a dilemma with no clear and easy solution, but one Americans (and anyone else who consumes excess caffeine) should take seriously. New Paradigm Ebooks recently released a special report designed to help caffeine users with a desire to stop.

The head publisher has stated this information was created to “help people quit drinking caffeine quickly and easily while experiencing minimal discomfort.” At the time of this writing the special report is available via instant download at and has received positive feedback from many previous readers.


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