4 Natural Energy Boosters: What to Drink and Eat for More Energy, Naturally
4. You have a long drive ahead of you.
Grab a cup of coffee or make EatingWell's energy drink!
Recipe to Try: EatingWell Energy Drink
Emerging research shows that caffeine is especially effective for keeping you awake at the wheel. An Annals of Internal Medicine study found that drinking 200 mg of caffeine beats taking a nap for preventing drowsy driving. And a just-released British Medical Journal study found long-distance truck drivers who were regular caffeine consumers were 63 percent less likely to have a crash than those who didn’t have caffeine.
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