Monday morning means lots of coffee for many overworked American workers. But, coffee takes time to brew and can be expensive and loaded with pesky calories.
Fortunately, science and marketing are on hand to keep the U.S. atop the worker productivity charts beloved by CEOs everywhere.
Inhalable caffeine will hit store shelves early in 2012, according to an article on Time.com.
AeroShot, a $2.99 inhaler that dispenses zero-calorie lime-flavored puffs of powdered caffeine to the tongue, already has “productivity-obsessed technophiles buzzing,” writes Time.
I don’t know who these buzzing people are, but hopefully none are supervisors in my building.
Each shot contains the same amount of caffeine as a large cup of coffee — 100 mg — as well as 100 percent of the recommended daily allowance of niacin, and vitamins B6 and B12.
AeroShot creator and Harvard professor David Edwards, who earlier created a no-calorie inhalable chocolate