Is The ‘Buzz’ From Coffee Just A Placebo?

Is The ‘Buzz’ From Coffee Just A Placebo?
Innovation

A new study from the University of East London suggests that stimulation from coffee could be completely fake.

Yi Chen
  • 7 september 2011

A new study suggests that the buzz people get from caffeinated coffee could just be a placebo effect. The University of East London conducted a small focus group with 88 participants. Some were knowingly given caffeinated coffee, while others were given caffeinated but were told that it was decaf, or given decaf coffee but were told that it was caffeinated.

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