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New Non-Caffeine Beverage Relieves Post-Lunch Weariness

September 23, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A study by Israeli researchers finds that a daily 100 ml dose of a new non-caffeinated beverage called “WakeUp Post Lunch Waker” helps suppress after-lunch fatigue much more effectively than caffeinated drinks. Both the WakeUp drink and caffeine beverages relieved after-lunch fatigue up to a half hour after lunch. But two hours after lunch performance dropped among participants who drank the caffeine drink. Those who drank WakeUp continued to show a significant benefit. A recent U.S. study showed that loss of productive time from fatigue and exhaustion at work cost more than $135 billion.
"WakeUp Drink Offsets “Post-Lunch Dip Syndrome”", Functional Foods, September 23, 2014, © OzScientific Pty Ltd
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