What is Caffeine?
Caffeine is an alkaloid that acts as a stimulant to the Central Nervous System (CNS). It is also a mild diuretic and can increase the body's metabolism. It can be found in varying quantities in the beans, leaves and fruits of over 60 different plants with the most common sources being the coffee plant bean and the leaf of the tea bush. Caffeine is widely recognised as being the most popular drug on the planet.
Caffeine is a powerful stimulant which can increase mental alertness and improve physical energy levels. It can help decrease physical fatigue, improve clarity of thought, increase focus and physical coordination and reduce the sensation of being tired, making it particularly effective for sports such as weight training. Moderate use seems to be desirable by both men and women as excessive use can sometimes produce undesirable effects.
Caffeine is a cheap and convenient way of helping to restore mental alertness or energy when experiencing tiredness or drowsiness.
Who is Caffeine supplementation suitable for?
When should I take Caffeine?
We recommend consuming 200mg when a physical or mental boost is required. If you’re looking for an ergogenic benefit to aid your training, we would suggest taking your caffeine around 30 minutes before training. Due to its stimulant nature, in order to avoid any issues with sleep, it is best not to take caffeine too late in the day.
Warning: Please be careful when dosing Caffeine as it is a potent powder and can cause bad side-effects when taken well above the recommended amount. It is recommended not to consume more than 200mg (approx. 1/16th of a teaspoon but we recommend using digital scales) in one serving.
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