Posted on February 11, 2020 at 8:39 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

For many of us, the mere thought of going without our daily caffeine is enough to send us into a cold sweat.

Enter Michael Pollan, who gave up the drug in coffee and (in lesser amounts) tea, for three months — cold turkey — for his new audiobook, Caffeine.

Pollan shares an overview of his results, as well as some science behind how caffeine works, in an interview about the book with Fresh Air’s Terry Gross.

Read an abridged version of the conversation or the full transcript on NPR’s website, or listen to the segment below.

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