Allmax Nutrition Caffeine 200mg 100 Tablets | Clean Long Lasting Energy
If you are looking for a boost in energy to push you in performance caffeine can provide that increase. Caffeine will also increase the internal temperature of your body providing a thermogenic response which will increase lipolysis as well as metabolism.Caffeine has also been found to help suppress the appetite.Caffeine is a great supplement when you need a quick pick-me-up. Just one tablet can increase the chances of irestoring mental alertness and wakefulness. Allmax Nutrition Caffeine tablets can also be used before you work out. Each tablet consists of 200mg of caffeine and is enough to give you the power, energy and alertness to get you through your workout. Caffeine acts to increase mental alertness and neurologically provide the surge you need to maximize your training.
What Does Caffeine Do to the Body?
Caffeine acts as a central nervous system stimulant. Once caffeine reaches your brain the most noticeable effect is alertness meaning you'll feel more awake and less tired. Caffeine is also a common ingredient in many medications to treat drowsiness as well as headaches and migraines.
Advantages of Caffeine Pills
The great thing about taking caffeine in a pill form is that you are able to monitor the amount of caffeine you are consuming. Not only will you get energy, increase alertness and other various effects of caffeine, but you can control how much of it you want. Another positive of taking caffeine pills is you don’t have to yellow your teeth from drinking coffee or other caffeine drinks loaded with sugar. Lastly, consuming caffeine tablets is a lot most cost effective than buying coffee or pop.
Allmax Nutrition Caffeine 200mg Benefits:
- Increases Metabolism
- Boosts Energy
- Increases Mental Focus
- Promotes an Increase in Physical Performance
- Appetite Supressant
Allmax Nutrition Caffeine Directions:
Take 1 tablet not more often than every 3 to 4 hours up to a maximum of 1000 mg (5 tablets) in 24 hours.
Allmax Nutrition Caffeine Ingredients:
|Serving Size 1 Tablet|
|Servings Per Container100|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Caffeine (Anhydrous)||200 mg||*|
|* Daily Value not established|
|Calcium Sulfate Dihydrate, Di-Calcium Phosphate, Compressible Sugar, Starch, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate, Silicon Dioxide, Stearic Acid|
Is Taking Caffeine Safe?
Caffeine is usually considered safe, though it can be habit forming. Side effects to excess caffeine intake can be anxiety, restlessness, tremors, irregular heartbeat, and trouble sleeping.
How Much Caffeine is Safe to Take in a Day?
It's typically considered safe to take up to 400mg of caffeine per day for healthy adults. Since most people relate caffeine to "x" number of cups of coffee, for context 400mg of caffeine is approximately 4 cups of brewed coffee, 10 cans of soda pop, or 2 energy shots or energy drinks. A typical diner sized glass of coffee contains around 95mg of caffeine where as a Bang Energy Drink contains 300mg of caffeine.
Why Does Caffeine Make Me Poop?
Caffeine makes you poop because it causes the colon to push towards the rectum. Research shows that caffeine makes the colon 60% more active than water and 23% more active than decaf coffee. Studies have shown however that decaff coffee is also effective in stimulating the urge to poop.
Allmax Nutrition Caffeine Side Effects and Warning:
Caffeine is not advisable in cases of high blood pressure or pregnancy. Not intended as a substitute for sleep. Can cause jitters, irregular heart rate, upset stomach and feelings of anxiety. We recommend consulting with a physician before use to avoid any possible complications.
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