The Benefits of Caffeine
Caffeine can improve memory, decrease fatigue, improve your mental functioning, study after study suggests.
It can improve your short-term memory and speed up your reaction times, according to a study presented in 2005 at the Radiological Society of North America.
Moderate coffee consumption — defined as three or four cups a day, providing 300 or 400 milligrams of caffeine — carries “little evidence of health risks and some evidence of health benefits,” conclude researchers from the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University in Corvalis, writing in Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition in March 2006.
Coffee drinking, the researchers say, may help prevent type 2 , , and liver disease, including . And it doesn’t appear to significantly increase risk or . But, they warn, those with , as well as children, teens, and the elderly, may be more vulnerable to caffeine’s adverse effects.
All Nutrition Caffeine
-200mg of caffeine per capsule
-Intensifies the process of thermogenesis
-Contains a high amount of polyphenols
-Increases the speed of metabolism
-Relieves the feeling of fatigue
-Stimulates the nervous system
This is a substance with a lot of properties. It stimulates the central nervous system and vegetative centers: breath, vascular-motoric and the vagus nerve. It also has thermogenic properties as it significantly increases the speed of metabolism.
In moderate doses, it can relieve the feeling of exhaustion and stimulate the body to an effective work for a longer period of time. It reduces the muscle fatigue and promotes enhanced muscle activity during training. Due to its effects, caffeine is a basic ingredient of fat burners and pre-workout supplements.
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