Scott sets the bar

Ten years ago, 12 coffees a day was a regular scenario for Scott Pickett. That was until a Chinese doctor took one look at his eyes and knew instantly his caffeine intake was through the roof.

“I’d never really thought about it, but I drank a lot of coffee. I’d have one in the morning, one at home, one on my way to work, one when I’d get to work, one when the waiters arrived at 11am, one before lunch at 12, one after lunch, and so on. It quickly added up,” Scott says. “Now I’ve cut down to three or four a day and no more after 3pm – I sleep a lot better and I don’t shake as much.”

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