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Caffeine Anhydrous

Caffeine Anhydrous Benefits

Caffeine in coffee remains popular because of the positive benefits that can help people throughout their day. Many people rely heavily on caffeine everyday to accomplish the tasks on their daily agenda. Many dieting pills and health supplements contain caffeine to help increase the performance of the product. Caffeine stimulates the dopamine in the brain while suppressing the sleep receptors. This helps people stay active while effortlessly fighting off sleep and fatigue.

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Caffeine Powder Dosage

A moderate dose of caffeine ranges from 60 milligrams to approximately 300 milligrams per day. The average American consumes less than 300 milligrams of caffeine in two to three cups of coffee every day. The recommended dosage for caffeine anhydrous powder is approximately 200 milligrams per day. Over 600 milligrams of caffeine per day is considered extremely high.

What is Caffeine?

Caffeine is a natural chemical found in many plants and foods around the world. Pure caffeine is a caffeine powder that extracts from coffee beans. The technical name for the powder is caffeine anhydrous and the technically name for caffeine is trimethylxanthine. Over 90 percent of Americans consume caffeine in some form within their diet; about 150 million people drink coffee throughout their day to help increase productivity. Caffeine is most commonly consumed in coffee or in a caffeine supplement people often use for dieting plans. Foods that contain caffeine are chocolate, tea leaves, soda and other energy drinks.

Caffeine History

People first consumed caffeine from eating coffee beans thousands of years ago. Over the past several centuries, people have been consuming caffeine by drinking coffee. Pure caffeine was first isolated from coffee in the year 1819. Over the past several decades, caffeine is becoming a more popular ingredient in various food and health products.

Caffeine Powder Warnings

Exercise caution before taking a caffeine supplement or caffeine anhydrous. Too much caffeine can be fatal. The stimulant can cause insomnia, high blood pressure, and diarrhea as well. Caffeine is also a natural diuretic. People should always contact a physician before taking pure caffeine or a caffeine supplement.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Always consult a physician if you are unsure about taking a new supplement. Do not take DMAA a if you are pregnant, nursing, or have cardiovascular trouble.