CAFFEINE 60 capsules

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caffeine capsules ® is a supplement that account with 200mg of caffeine Only one capsule , being a great option for the skulls training and want to increase the time of alert and attention ! Some studies also point out that during exercise caffeine can increase the release of catecholamines and mobilize fatty acids (fats), saving the use of muscle glycogen as a source of energy¹ . In addition, these physiological mechanisms of caffeine action could delay the beginning of peripheral muscle fatigue, assisting in the increased physical performance.²
Anhydrous caffeine, karthy oil, microcrystalline cellulose stabilizer, antipetting silicon dioxide, inorganic dye titanium dioxide, and artificial dyes blue indigotin, bright blue, yellow twilight and red 40. Does not contain gluten. 
How to consume Caffeine Capsules®? 
TAKE 1 CAFFEINE CAPSULES® capsule once a day, one hour before exercise or according to the guidance of an enabled professional. 
Caffeine is one of the most commonly consumed chemical compounds in the world, and a national survey indicated that 89% American adults ingest caffeine. Because of the ergogenic effects of caffeine in exercise performance, its use is also very prevalent between athletes.
Caffeine became used highly frequently, previously to perform physical exercises, in order to protect fatigue and, consequently, improve physical performance, especially in long-term activities, increase performance and time Exhaustion. 
Caffeine is a methylxanthine, that is, a substance that has direct action in the brain, and acts by blocking the adenosine receptors, which is a neuromodulator that accumulates in the brain throughout the day and causes tiredness and sleep. By blocking adenosine, caffeine increases the liberation of neurotransmitters, such as adrenaline, noradrenaline, dopamine and serotonin, which causes its stimulating effect. Abstract by the small intestine, taking 40 minutes to 2 hours to be absorbed and transported to all body tissues and takes 3 to 8 hours for the substance completely, depending on the formulation and the components together in the capsules.
The effects of excess consumption vary between individuals and main effects are: tachycardia, insomnia, anxiety, loss of appetite, among others. 
¹Silva, M. S. The effects of caffeine related to physical activity: a revision. Digital Magazine, Buenos Aires, v. 9 n. 66, 2003. 
²Vitorino, D.C. et al. Effects of acute caffeine intake on intermittent anaerobic performance. Rev. Sport training. v. 8, n. 1. p. 01-05, 2007.