More important than just fitting in, though, caffeine actually binds to those receptors in efficient fashion, but doesn't activate them—they're plugged up by caffeine's unique shape and chemical makeup. With those receptors blocked, the brain's own stimulants, dopamine and glutamate, can do their work more freely—"Like taking the chaperones out of a high school dance," Braun writes in an email.
The Lifehacker post seems a bit Pepsi Blue-ish WRT the book.
« Older “Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome... | The High Cost of Free Parking Newer »
This thread has been archived and is closed to new comments